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COP: Climate Action

In this KS2 resource, pupils explore what governments and citizens all over the world are doing to tackle climate change.

 

Overview

In November 2021, COP26 took place in Glasgow. It was the most pivotal climate summit of all time. This resources will explore what COP is and what COP26 aimed to achieve. By the end of these lessons pupils will be able to: • Explain what the COP is; • Explain what the four goals of...
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