What has the COP26 climate summit achieved? | Inside Story


The UN COP26 summit in Glasgow was called our last chance to combat the climate crisis.

Representatives from nearly 200 countries spent the past two weeks debating how to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees celcius.

Major pledges include cutting methane emissions, phasing out coal power, and ending deforestation.

But many scientists and activists say the commitments aren’t enough.

So what has the summit achieved?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom

Guests:

Michael Jacobs – Environmental Economist and Professor, University of Sheffield.

Ibrahim Mohamed – Deputy Director General, Environmental Protection Agency of the Maldives.

Arjun Dutt – Programme Lead, Council on Energy, Environment and Water.

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