Klik2learn is proud to be a Glasgow based business and we couldn’t be more thrilled that our city is hosting the upcoming COP26 Summit.
The COP26 summit will be based in Glasgow from Sunday the 31st of October to Friday the 12th of November 2021. During this time we thought we would share what Klik2learn, as a company, is doing to support tackling climate change.
Klik2learn’s CEO, Ann Attridge will be based in our Glasgow office throughout the COP26 summit. If you would like to discuss Digital Education with the team please book a meeting using the calendar below.
COP26 is the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties and it will be held in Glasgow this year between the 31st of October and 12th of November 2021. The COP26 summit brings together world representatives and world leaders to discuss and tackle the increasing issue of climate change.
Climate change is the greatest risk facing us all and it is important that we work together to create positive change.
Klik2learn is an online EdTech company bringing innovative digital solutions to learners of English all over the world. Since Klik2learn was incorporated in 2011, it has made a positive impact on the education sector by opening up new opportunities for English language learners.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced education providers all over the world to move from in- person teaching to online teaching. This shift has highlighted the positive impact that online teaching and learning has on the environment by reducing:
Klik2learn’s Digital Learning Hub provides an online digital solution to all of these problems. By learning and teaching online you can help to tackle climate change.
Klik2learn helps to tackle climate change in a variety of ways:
These small steps, when adopted en masse, will allow us to play our part in tackling climate change.
If you are interested in supporting COP26 and tackling climate change by moving to digital solutions for English language learning, then get in touch here.
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