With the declaration of the UK Government hosting COP 26 in Glasgow in November 2021, the Government of Nepal proactively aims to engage more strategically and effectively at the national and international level to raise awareness of the climate action needs and priorities of Nepal, especially the mountain agenda. Nepal has unprecedented opportunity to ensure its heightened international profile on climate change through ongoing leadership on climate action and in leveraging and mainstreaming non-traditional and low carbon financing. The Ministry of Forests and Environment (MoFE), the Government of Nepal has identified four key areas of engagement as a part of effective participation in COP 26. They are i) Showcasing Nepal Climate Change Agenda in COP 26; ii) Enhancing partnership and dialogues leaving no one behind; (iii) Defining and strengthening Nepal’s position for COP26; and iv) Ensuring strong representation in UNFCCC COP 26 negotiation process. The suggestive activities and roadmap have been prepared for its implementation in collaboration with national and international development partners to support MoFE.