Getting there and around

Anything you need to know to prepare your trip to and stay in Edinburgh. Don’t forget to check out the discount deals on accommodations we were able to arrange.


Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is where you want to book your flight to. With 37 airlines flying 222 routes to and from 153 locations you are sure to find a good connection.

There are plenty of options to get from the airport to the city, ranging from cycling to trains, trams and buses.

This public transport app helps you find your way around.


Edinburgh offers massive amounts of great places to stay. To make your choice a bit easier, we selected and vetted a few very nice hotels. You can book them with a discount.

Check out the hotels, discount and how to book here.

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The venue

The iconic 19th century McEwan Hall in Edinburgh sets the perfect stage for our event. The McEwan Hall was presented to the University in 1897 by William McEwan, not only as a ceremonial hall for graduations but also as a gift to the people of Edinburgh.

In recent years the hall was completely refurbished to suit all the needs for large events such as ours.

After you register you will get access to our ClimateLaunchpad app with detailed information about the venue, including floor maps.

Things to do in Edinburgh

If you find some time to discover the city, it is nice to know that Edinburgh offers free entry to many galleries, museums and attractions, such as the National Museum of Scotland, Scottish National Galleries and St Giles Cathedral. Or find one of the parks and gardens. We can especially recommend the magical Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

The Independent made a nice list with 10 top things to do.

We're SOLD OUT. And it's amazing

The event is sold out, but we would not be ClimateLaunchpad if we did not come up with a solution to have you join us the climate neutral way: catch the live stream and spot the next unicorns.

LIVE: November 1-2nd

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