Inside the ‘blue zone’ as Glasgow prepares for COP26

Crunch climate talks will take place at the Scottish Events Campus over the next two weeks.

Inside the ‘blue zone’ as Glasgow prepares for COP26 STV News

The COP26 ‘blue zone’ is where world leaders and delegates will hold talks aimed at avoiding climate catastrophe.

Glasgow’s Scottish Events Campus has been transformed ahead of the two-week summit, which officially gets underway on Monday, November 1.

Here, in pictures, we look at how the venue is shaping up for one of the biggest events ever held in Scotland.

Tens of thousands of delegates will be welcomed to the summit over the next two weeks.STV News
Delegates are being asked to wear face masks inside conference venues.STV News
A pointed reminder of the importance of sustainable fashion.STV News
An aerial view of the COP26 'blue zone' at the Scottish Events Campus.STV News
You can't miss the fact that Glasgow is hosting the COP26 climate conference.STV News
Visitors and vehicles undergo checks at the 'blue zone' entrance.STV News
Most roads around the summit venue are currently closed to traffic.STV News
No vehicles are allowed on the usually busy Clyde Arc - or the Squinty Bridge as it's known.STV News
There is a heavy police presence around the 'blue zone'.STV News