Where can I buy my ticket?

Tickets are currently available on our Eventbrite page. Discover our ticketing options before you register.

What does hybrid mean?

Our Communicating COP26 is our first ever hybrid event. Following the incredible success and feedback from our virtual Wildscreen Festival 2020, we decided that everyone deserves to enjoy the landmark conversations and content, no matter where they are in the world.

We are working towards hosting an in-person event in Bristol on 15 November to convene the natural world storytelling community, climate scientists, indigenous communities and conservation charities. As with our 2020 Festival, we will have an online event platform full of on demand content, networking abilities and our event schedule. Our inclusive ticketing options will allow you to tailor your experience of Communicating COP26.

Can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Get in touch with the Wildscreen team at hello@wildscreen.org.

Am I eligible for the Concession Pass?

A special concession rate is available at a massive 50% discount from the full pass price, bringing the price down to just £37.50 VAT. You are eligible for this rate if you are:

  • An employee of a non-profit organisation
  • under 30 years of age at point of purchase
  • over 65 years of age
  • have applied for or are in receipt of your country's social assistance benefit programmes
  • reside in a least economically developed country as defined by the UN. For the current list of eligible countries see this webpage.

Please be prepared to provide proof of eligibility if requested.

How will COVID-19 impact the event?

We will continue to monitor the latest government guidance to ensure the safety of all delegates and staff, and communicating any safety precautions in the weeks ahead of the event.

In the scenario of an event cancellation due to governmental guideline changes, we will convert to a fully online event and provide a partial refund to live event tickets holders to the price of an online pass

What is the accessibility of the venue?

Bristol Harbour Hotel has a ramp for wheelchair access for the few steps leading up from the street into The Sansovino event room. The entire event is accessible on this level as well as a disabled toilet at the back of the event room. There is also an option for reduced price tickets offering virtual access to the event for individuals who are unable to travel.

We want to create a welcoming and accessible event for our delegates. We encourage anyone with specific access requirements or questions to get in touch with the Wildscreen team at hello@wildscreen.org

Are you minimising your environmental impact?

We will continually assess the environmental impact of Communicating COP26 and take every action to ensure that the effect our event has on the planet is minimised. Read our full commitment here.

We strongly encourage delegates to offset the impact of travelling to our event and are working with Ecolibrium as a Sustainability Partner. We will be contacting delegates directly with a simple and easy-to-use method for carbon balancing. To offset your travel, use the ecolibrium calculator.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Requests to transfer your ticket to an alternative person must be made via email to hello@wildscreen.org. Such requests shall be approved or denied by Wildscreen in its sole discretion and a fee may be charged.

What is the refund policy?

Tickets are refundable 7 days after purchase until 1 September 2021. A fee may be charged.

Is there anything else I should know?

You should be aware that you may be photographed or filmed at times throughout the event and the recordings may be distributed. Your contact details will be published on a delegate list which is distributed to all attendees of Communicating COP26. We will always respect your privacy and any personal communication between you and ourselves.

Where are the full terms and conditions?

You can find them on our website.




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