During COP26, Glasgow had the opportunity to put Scotland and the UK’s net zero ambitions on the world stage. As a legacy project of the Climate Chamber Mission, the largest trade mission ever hosted by a British Chamber of Commerce, we created Climate Chamber City.
The city is a global online community of leading sustainable and circular businesses which seek to promote trade, innovation and build unity between international companies seeking global expansion.
It is a community led platform, developed in partnership with One Earth, that will enable businesses to connect together, learn together and trade together.Find Out More
The Climate Chamber City officially launched in September 2022, offering all businesses a chance to join on and offline events and activities all centred around trade, innovation and sustainability.
The onboarding process is quick and easy. Sign up via the QR code using the code CLIMATECITY or click on the button below.Register for Climate Chamber City
One Earth is an online global eco-system connecting businesses for growth and trade. They help build brands, grow communities and impact industries.
Their intention is to inspire the next generation of business leaders, employees, change makers and world leaders to shift the world into a new era.Find Out More
Each month the Climate Chamber City will host activities themed around a key topic or country. Activities will include keynote speakers, roundtables, networking sessions and working groups.
All businesses registered on the platform can participate in every event.Register here
Our Climate Chamber City launch event provided businesses with an overview of the city so they could begin to connect with likeminded sustainable businesses and maximise the platform's opportunities. This was followed by an update on the Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce 'The Road to Green Economy' Business Forum which took place in Sharm El-Sheikh alongside COP27.Watch the video
Renewable and low carbon energy supports the foundation for the future energy system in Scotland, making these industries a huge opportunity for Scotland’s economic and industrial growth. During this panel discussion we heard from Logan Energy CEO Bill Ireland, who has over 14 years' experience in hydrogen technology and a proven track record for delivering affordable, market ready projects and solutions in the low carbon, renewable energy, and hydrogen sectors. Hazel Gulliver, Director of Engagement with ScottishPower, also joined the discussion.Watch the video
Glasgow City Innovation District is a hub for entrepreneurship, innovation, and collaboration. With a target to be net zero by 2030, the team are leading an ambitious project to build a 100% renewable climate-neutral and climate-resilient area within the district. We heard from Roddy Yarr, Strathclyde University's Executive Lead Sustainability, about the innovative methods being implemented to transition to a more sustainable and climate ready Innovation District.Watch the video