HAVE YOUR SAY: What measures have you taken to be a little more eco-friendly in your daily life?
ECO-FRIENDLY: Glasgow has been hit with heavy rain and flooding ahead of COP26 where world leaders will gather to discuss what action they will be taking in the fight against climate change.
Extinction Rebellion have also been active this week, protesting the use of fossil fuels.
What are you doing to help in the fight against climate change and be a bit more eco-friendly? Are you eating less meat or using your car less?
Do you think enough is being done to combat the climate crisis? What points would you like to see discussed at the climate conference?
The news of the flooding comes alongside reports that Greta Thunberg was mobbed by climate change activists as she joined a protest in London.
The teenage activist met campaigners outside the Standard Chartered headquarters as they lobbied against the global financial system supporting the use of fossil fuels.
Ms Thunberg led the protest with chants of “We are unstoppable, another world is possible” and “What do we want? Climate justice. When do we want it? Now”.
She then left the area, while activists continued the campaign.
She is expected to attend the Cop26 summit taking place in Glasgow from Monday, although says she has not officially been invited.
World leaders will arrive in Scotland to discuss climate change and how to combat it.
Andrew Marr, in a preview for his BBC One show on Sunday, asked her if she had been invited, and she responded: “I don’t know. It’s very unclear. Not officially.
“I think that many people might be scared that if they invite too many radical young people, then that might make them look bad.”
She added that more countries affected by climate change should be at the conference.
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