Simon West: Live Media Commentary on the New Deforestation Policy

Darren McCaffrey and Simon West

It’s Day Two at COP26 in Glasgow. Our Team have found their feet in the Blue and Green Zones and the fringe and they’ve hit the ground running. Last night over supper, we all discussed a breaking news story as sketchy details emerged of a potentially monumental new policy on deforestation. The policy has now […]

Soaking Up The Atmosphere of Day 1 In The Blue Zone


Day 1 was overwhelmingly amazing. I barely slept with the excitement of knowing I had an observer’s pass into the Blue Zone at COP26! After the first QR code check, the queue outside took almost an hour before we reached the warmer security queue; I guess with thousands of people and airport style security, it […]

Can the Power of TV Actually Combat the Climate Crisis?

Dana Strong, Mark Strong, David Halpern, and Kay Burley

A recent study created for Sky from The Behavioural Insights Team has found that there is evidence television can make a difference in our choices. No surprises there. What’s encouraging is that this data is now purportedly going to be used to bring awareness, give knowledge, and help with future actions to help combat climate […]

No-fly Filming

A Glasgow based film crew

In the queue to get into COP26 for the first time (more on that in another article) we met a Glasgow-based camera operator and sound person. Of course, we asked them who they were filming for and we were pleasantly surprised by their answer. An Australian documentary is being made that features COP26, but rather […]

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