As COP26 drew to a close with the Glasgow Climate Pact, a 10-page document, the results were… mixed. In many ways, its results signal a tale of two globes.
Three days of triumphant funding and program announcements collided with deepening alarm and mistrust from veteran climate policy analysts on Thursday, as a media panel organized by Climate Action Network-International picked apart the optimistic narrative that emerged in the opening segments of this year’s United Nations climate change conference, COP 26, in Glasgow.
As the world moves toward its 26th UN Climate Change Conference, and deadlines for ending climate pollution grow nearer, a focus on historical debt is growing. Simon Evans | Carbon Brief Historical responsibility for climate change is at the heart of debates over climate justice. History matters because the cumulative […]
Earth could exceed 1.5°C of global warming – the “safe” limit for temperature rise outlined in the Paris Agreement, according to a landmark report by the world’s most senior climate scientists.