November 8, 2021 | Glasgow, UK | Climate Change

All In for Net Zero: How A Whole-of-Society Approach Can Accelerate the Race to Zero

Invitation Only with Public Livestream

Local and regional governments, academia, the private sector, and civil society play an important role in accelerating climate action and championing higher ambition. The Alliances for Climate Action (ACA)—a global network of domestic multi-sector coalitions committed to supporting the delivery and enhancement of their countries’ climate goals—features in a public event at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

As an accelerator partner in the Race to Zero Campaign, the ACA helps transition societies to net-zero resilience. Representatives from alliances in Argentina, Japan, Mexico, Vietnam, South Africa, and the United States discuss opportunities for higher ambition in their specific countries and how the growing domestic coalitions are accelerating decarbonization from the ground up. This event also recognizes the launch of new alliances, including in Brazil and Australia, and is organized by the Stanley Center, WWF, and ACA global partners at the US Climate Action Center.


Mark Conway

Program Officer
Climate Change