COP26 - Food and Climate Zone

Nourish Scotland and partners are pleased to share Recipes for Resilience, the food and climate zone at COP26.

  • Recipes for Resilience will run from 1-12 November in Glasgow, with a dynamic programme of hybrid and in person events to highlight the importance of food systems in the climate change conversation.
  • The twenty eight partners are working together with Nourish to put food firmly on the agenda at COP26, collaborating on Recipes for Resilience after the COP26 programme roundly neglected to include food systems in its agenda.
  • Together we are sending the message food systems, being one the biggest global emitters accounting for one third of global greenhouse gas emissions, must be part of the climate conversation,

The programme of events will showcase the variety of actors in Scotland and around the world working to transform their food system with coherent and integrated approaches. It will feature films, panels, and hands-on events sharing indigenous stories, recipes from around the world, and dialogue on all aspects of food on land and sea.

Check out the programme here and sign up to events in person, if you are joining us at COP26, or virtually - Recipes for Resilience

List of Recipes for Resilience partners:

Aleph Farms
Cows in a net zero world
Eating Better
Fare Share
Feedback global
Food Farming and Countryside Commission
Food Foundation
Food Hero Scot
Food Tank
Fork to Farm
Humane Society International
Landworkers Alliance
Nature Friendly Farming Network
Network for Ecological Farming in Kenya
Open Seas
Our Seas
Nourish Scotland
Public Sector Catering
Rikolto and RUAF
Scotland The Bread
Soil Association
Sustainable Food Trust
Think Corporation
Vegan Society
Youngo and Food@COP