Guide to COP26
All COPs are important, but find out more about why COP26 in Glasgow is arguably more important than most.
Great Scottish Canvas
the Great Scottish Canvas – your visions for a greener, fairer Scotland
Earlier this year we asked you for your creative responses to the climate and nature emergencies, and to share your visions for a greener, fairer Scotland.
We hope you enjoy this culmination of a year of conversations and creative endeavours about climate, nature and people.
We'll be taking the Great Scottish Canvas to UN climate talks in Glasgow in November to bring the visions and voices of people all across Scotland to the table. We hope that the artwork and poetry you see in our gallery will inspire conversations about the future Scotland you want to see.
Our work in Scotland
Nature is vital. It provides our life-support system. But it’s under threat like never before.
So at WWF, we’re fighting to restore habitats and species and to build a Scotland where people and nature can thrive – a cleaner, fairer, flourishing environment. To do that, we’re tackling the main causes of nature’s decline – land use and climate change. And we’re inspiring a movement of people who’ll help make sure restoring nature and fighting for a liveable climate are put at the heart of all the decisions we make in our everyday lives – so it becomes politically, socially and economically unacceptable to degrade our planet’s precious natural resources.