What are the implications of Cop26 for Tanzania?

Significant progress and benefits ahead—or just a lot of hot air?

Join us for this online event to discuss the main outcomes of COP26 and their implications for Tanzania. In an interactive session with key leaders, practitioners and influencers, we’ll seek to and explore questions such as:

• Which areas of Tanzania are most at risk from climate change?

• For Tanzania, what examples of good practice are there and how can they be scaled up?

• Will the pledge on methane reduction have any impact for Tanzania?

• How much can Blue Carbon projects such as mangrove restoration help?

• How are Tanzanian Climate Activists influencing the debate?

• How much of the 17 billion dollars pledged for community forestry will reach groups in Tanzania and what impact will it have?

• Fundamentally, how will Tanzania pay for tackling climate action?


We will hear from a range of Tanzanian experts, many of whom were part of the COP26 delegation on these topics and more.

This will be followed by a panel discussion chaired by the new Britain Tanzania Society Chair, Paul Harrison, and a chance for questions from the audience.

The event will be held on Zoom, and the link will be emailed to all participants 2 hours beforehand. It will also be recorded and the link distributed to attendees. Further details on speakers to follow soon.

Everyone welcome!


Saturday 27th November

14:00-15:30 GMT