Climate change activities

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Share a pledge

We believe that collective action can have a major impact. For this reason, we have asked our network of Commonwealth Scholars, Alumni, and partners to unite in pledging specific actions that can address climate issues in their communities this year. By making small changes today, we can bring about considerable impacts to tackle climate change in the future.

To find out more and how to make your pledge, visit the #OurClimatePledge page.

Climate Action webinar series

Between 25 October – 19 November 2021, the CSC Alumni Team will host a programme of webinars, delivered by Commonwealth Alumni, on their work, research, and contributions to tackling the climate crisis. 14 webinars are scheduled to take place as part of the ‘Climate Action’ series and will explore a range of climate-related issues across 10 countries, including climate finance, gender security, climate change governance, clean and green energy, and public health. You can find out more about each of the webinars and speakers on the Events webpage.

Webinar recordings will be made available on the CSC’s YouTube channel following the series, as part of a ‘Climate Action’ playlist.

How to join the live webinars

Registration will open in early October 2021 and Commonwealth Scholars and Alumni will receive details to register by email, so do check your inbox for updates!

If you have any questions about the Climate Action webinar series, please contact alumni@cscuk.org.uk

Events

Take part in one of our events where Commonwealth Scholars are collaborating to tackle climate change.

On 28 May 2021, the CSC ran a climate change workshop for Commonwealth and Chevening Scholars, hosted by AccessEd. Read more about it on the CSC’s Events page.

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Opportunity announcement: HMG Scholarships Alumni Climate Change Hackathon

In Autumn 2021 (27 Sep – 8 Oct), the Chevening, CSC and Marshall scholarship programmes will bring their global alumni together to develop innovative solutions to some of the most pressing global challenges our planet faces in a climate-focussed policy hackathon.

This is an exciting opportunity for you to get involved in an activity which will bring together scholarship alumni and Scholars at a national and transnational level to discuss and identify the most prevalent climate change issues in your home country or region and globally.

You will be able to network and learn from world-leading experts from across the UK government’s scholarship schemes and develop your own thinking and expertise.

To find out more about the event and how to submit your application, visit the CSC’s Event page.