The Met Office is co-hosting the science pavilion with IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and WMO (World Meteorological Organisation), providing a focal point for climate change science through the event.

The science pavilion aim is ‘to provide authoritative and impartial science to inform COP26 negotiations’. You can view the full programme of events at the science pavilion here.

Met Office scientists are also involved in a number of other key events outside of the science pavilion. You can see the full list of events here.

How to view science pavilion events

The Met Office will be live streaming events from the science pavilion on our Met Office Science and Services YouTube Channel. Follow our Met Office and Met Office Science Twitter feeds for updates.

Met Office announcements

Through the course of COP26 the Met Office will be making a series of announcements on new partnerships and scientific research. News releases will be published on our website and additional content will be posted on our social media channels.

For further information on COP26 and other Met Office activities which have taken place in the lead up to the conference, visit our COP26 webpages.