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Sky News will be broadcasting its Daily Climate Show, the world’s first climate focused show, live every day from COP26.

The team investigate how global warming is changing our landscape and changing how we all live our lives. The show also highlights solutions to the crisis and uses expert voices to highlight small changes that make a big difference.

The Daily Climate Show, the world’s first show dedicated to telling the story of climate change daily, will be live every day from Glasgow.

Additionally, from 1 November, Sky News will also launch a live bespoke channel providing unrivalled coverage of the COP26 agenda led by Anna Jones and Sam Washington from a studio on location.

Sky News presenters Kay Burley, Adam Boulton and Anna Botting will cover the World Leaders Summit reporting from the ground in Glasgow from 31 October with further reports on the climate crisis from presenters and correspondents positioned around the world.

From 1-12 November Sky News will launch a dedicated channel to cover the COP26 conference, ‘Sky News Climate LIVE’. The channel will run parallel to Sky News and will cover the sessions live, interviewing experts and some of the conference’s biggest players, offering viewers a unique insight into the impact of COP26 on the climate crisis.

Sky News' weekly podcast, ClimateCast, will become recorded daily from COP26 featuring a digest of all the news from the conference with behind the scenes access and interviews.

The event will be live streamed on the Sky News app and website, and a dedicated live blog will bring immediate reaction and key video clips as the negotiations take place. The live blog will feature an interactive daily Q&A with experts and Sky’s specialist correspondents.

An exclusive Sky News documentary CLIMATE CRISIS: Life on the Frontline will air on Sky News and Sky News Climate LIVE on the 5 November at 9pm, followed by an in-person screening at COP26 on 7 November. The documentary explores the immense struggles climate change is creating every day in Bangladesh and the south of India, allowing viewers to witness the devastating effects of extreme rainfall, rising sea levels and intense cyclones on the land and the people.


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