We were delighted to work with various media outlets through COP26 to help amplify Malawi’s voice. There was significant coverage and engagement across social media and some really exciting content on mainstream media, including:
- Ten minute ITV news feature about Scotland-Malawi links, amplifying the President of Malawi’s call for rich countries to pay the £100bn promised to support adaptation in the economically developing world.
- Scotsman article by Susan Dalgety following her time with the President at our 4th November event
- BBC Radio Orkney piece featuring our young climate spokespeople (approx. 15 mins in)
- New York Times video of our CEO speaking at their event looking at north-south educational partnerships to fight the climate crisis
- Two interviews on Sky News with our Malawi Youth Climate Leaders David Sirmequa and Brenda Mwale.
- Rachel Cameron’s blog from the Youth Committee about the Thursday event
- Scotsman article from our CEO David Hope-Jones, about the need to listen to Malawi’s interpretation of our shared history
- ‘People to People podcast’ episode (to follow) with content from Hazel Darwin-Clement’s time with the President at our 4th November event
- Scottish Youth Film Foundation ‘COP TV’ broadcast to Scottish and US Schools, with content from their time with the President at our event