From Process to Climate Action: Consensus Building for Glasgow COP26

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Join us for an online event discussing the upcoming climate conference in Glasgow.

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This event is the first official Scotia Group Dialogue, hosted in partnership with the Scotia Group, committed to supporting the UN Climate Conference COP26 in Glasgow to be held November 1-12, 2021. The following topics will be discussed:

Now that the US has re-entered the Paris Agreement what are the priorities and opportunities for the US and UK to forge climate action consistent with the rule of law?

How do we forge a unified purpose in tackling existential threats precipitated by the climate crisis?

How can build broader consensus beyond North America and Europe to positively impact the COP process? 

What measures can be taken to “on-ramp” various interests including governments, communities, corporations?

Champion Speakers

The Honorable Dr. Kirsty Duncan, Deputy Leader, Canada House of Commons

Professor Niall Ferguson, Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History, Harvard University


Lieutenant General (retired) Michael Barbero, Vice President, Transatlantic Leadership Network


Mr. Howard Covington, Chairman, Alan Turing Institute

Reverend Johnnie Moore, Commissioner, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

Closing Remarks

Ambassador John B. Craig, Senior Fellow, Transatlantic Leadership Network

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