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12 OCT 2021


ACE produces member-only guide to international climate conference

The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) has produced an exclusive member-only guide to COP26.

Exploring what the conference is aiming to achieve, the politics around the event and why your business should take note, the guide forms part of our approach to COP26 in helping members digest the major international climate conference.

Whether you are attending in person, or streaming events at home or in the office, we have highlighted the key conference sessions to be aware of, as well as fringe events, such as the UK’s Green Building Council’s Build Better Now

Members will be particularly interested in the Construction Leadership Council’s (CLC) event on the built environment which takes place on 11 November at 9:30am. More specific details on the ACE backed event will be shared soon, make sure you check back reguarly.

The guide, which has been produced for both ACE and EIC members, also outlines upcoming events from ACE and Infrastructure Intelligence. Make sure you keep up-to-speed with all  of our COP26 coverage.

Commenting on its launch, ACE’s Director of Policy Matthew Farrow said: “The noise and bluster surrounding the conference is such that it can be tricky to know where to start. Our guide has been designed help members make the most of the week and outlines some of the key events to be aware of in the calendar, as well as fringe opportunities.”

Matthew Farrow has also penned a blog on the event  exploring the international political dimension to the discussions,which you can read here

Please note that the guide has been updated with details of two pre-COP business briefings from the Cabinet Office next week which are open to any ACE or EIC member, as well with links to book tickets to the COP26 green zone.

Once logged in, members can download their exclusive guide below. Keep up-to-date with the latest on COP26.



Your guide to COP26

October 2021

ACE and EIC guide to making the most of the international climate conference.