Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency with collaboration of McDonald’s hosted an event in commemoration of COP26. COP26 walk rally started from Baradari F-9 Park to McDonald’s F-9 Area on 11 November at 3:00 pm to raise awareness for climate change ahead of the UN Cop26 climate conference and   to reflected climate and ecological crisis in anticipation of COP26. The COP26 walk rally  mission was to unite the world’s efforts and critical global challenge.  Representative from Directorate of Health Services Islamabad, WWF, UNDP, and CDA, joined the walk COP26.

As  guest  of honor,  MOS MOCC MS. Zartaj Gul addressed an awareness walk rally '' in COP26  world leaders make big promises but don’t keep them,  there should be a tribunal, next year to ask them    why didn’t keep  promises''. Only pledges at COP26 won't be enough to stop extreme climate change. Awareness walk rally has stirred an aura of climate change activism to commemorate the culmination of the 26th conference of parties being held at Glasgow, Scotland.

DG Pak EPA said on occasion  that Let's change for the real  climate change, symbolic walk created  the awareness regarding this important cause. Pak EPA air quality data revealed the improved air quality of Islamabad city. The   air pollution and resulting smog can only be dealt with through concerted and planned efforts. In the end of event McDonald’s presented the honorary Shields to the speakers.