Join Us in Glasgow
Will you be in Glasgow during GLF Climate? Join us in person at the campus of one of the UK’s most prestigious universities: the University of Glasgow.
Network with a select group of 350 people from around the globe, as well as thousands more joining the conference digitally from across the globe.
Attend the event’s main sessions at the beautiful Bute Hall, a stunning traditional hall with stained glass windows, ornate pillars and ceilings over 10 meters high. This space, which can normally hold up to 1,000 people, will be restricted to 350 seats to allow for physical distancing, while all attendees will be required to observe physical distancing and wear face coverings.
Enjoy vegetarian dishes throughout the day, including morning and afternoon coffee breaks and grab-and-go lunches, and the opportunity to attend an Evening Civic Reception hosted by the Lord Provost of Glasgow on Friday, 5 November.
Travelling to Glasgow
Located at the heart of Scotland’s Central Belt, Glasgow is:
- Served by three international airports within an hour’s travel time (Glasgow International, Glasgow Prestwick and Edinburgh)
- Just a 50-minute train ride from the Scottish capital, Edinburgh
- 4 1/2 hours by train from London, with onward rail connections to Paris, Brussels and elsewhere in continental Europe.
We care about your safety. There will be strict COVID-19 guidelines in place (more details to follow), and attendees will be required to show either COVID-19 proof of vaccination or recovery or a negative test result. We will also ensure that attendees observe proper distancing and wear face coverings while indoors. If you will be traveling to Glasgow from outside of Scotland, please refer to the official guidelines from the Scottish government.
Attend the event’s main sessions at the beautiful Bute Hall, a stunning traditional hall with stained glass windows, ornate pillars and ceilings over 10 meters high.
The registration desk will be located in the Hunters Hall and open from 8 GMT each day of the event. If you have any further questions, please contact email@example.com.
Address: University of Glasgow (Hunters Hall), Glasgow, G12 8QQ, Scotland
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