Branch Secretary :

COP26 trade union response


November 6th – march in the union block

March with our branch banner in the union section of the march.

11am Saturday November 6th

Finsbury Circus Gardens EC2M 7DT





NSSN COP 26 Online Forum: ‘Climate change – for a workers transition’ 7pm November 9th

Zoom link – link is

Facebook event



Short Environment training sessions from Unite


Unite are at the forefront of the trade Union response to climate change. We established a Unite environmental task force some time ago and have run a number of events and conferences on the subject. 


Unite are also developing and delivering a wide range of courses for reps and members on the challenge of climate crisis and the trade Union response.


As part of our work in raising awareness around the environment we are offering a series of 45 minute online introductory sessions on the zoom platform. The sessions are designed to introduce the work we have done so far and what is planned and to listen to the ideas and concerns of our members.


  • Members should only choose one of the sessions mentioned below.
  • Please register in advance for the sessions.


Read more here.



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