Blog: Phased down and out at COP26

World leaders are not yet ‘sufficiently prepared’ to take the necessary decisions to cut emissions, says UNISON’s COP26 delegate Stephen Smellie

The old climate certainties ‘aren’t certain any more’

Jackie Hamer has worked for the Environment Agency for 30 years. Here, she shares her perspectives on how climate change will affect the UK

Climate talks are leaving workers ‘out in the cold’ warn unions

UNISON adds its voice to concerns that the UK’s own COP president is ignoring ‘just transition’ in the COP26 negotiations

UNISON launches its blueprint for climate-friendly public services

‘Only by acting now do we put UK public services on the right path to a safe climate future’

Behind the headlines, Magazine on the Magazine site.

UNISON’s climate marchers – in pictures

The union’s members and green activists made their voice heard for a just transition to a greener, safer future

Blog: ‘Blah blah blah’. But some progress at COP26

UNISON’s delegate to COP26 Stephen Smellie reports on the first week of the climate conference, from inside the halls and on the streets

Public services can lead the way to net zero but not without government funding

Getting public services to net-zero needs £140bn government funding by 2035

Christina McAnea joins climate marchers in Glasgow

UNISON’s general secretary spoke of why ‘it’s so important that all of us, as trade unionists, are taking action in cities across the UK’

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Join UNISON for the launch of a greening public services report

General secretary Christina McAnea will launch the report on how public services can go green in Glasgow next week