UN Climate Summit 2021
The UN's climate body (UNFCCC) decided to postpone the Glasgow climate summit from November until next year due to COVID-19. The climate summit, to be hosted by the UK for the very first time, is widely regarded across science and policy as the last opportunity for the international community to lift ambition in order to deliver the temperature goals of the Paris Agreement. In the coming months, we will continue to bring you regular updates on events, issues and perspectives relevant to the summit - whether looking at the UN talks themselves, the UK government's moves to speed decarbonisation in advance of the summit, public engagement, or anything else.
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We have over 1,000 young energy experts that can help shape the climate debate, writes the Energy Institute’s Sinead Obeng AMEI
IAS, ETS and GWPs... how will ministers set about calculating a 'fair and ambitious' COP26 commitment?
In the first year without a COP, this is not time to press pause on climate change. This blog explains what can be achieved in the next year.
Sophie Richmond explores why the summit presents an opportunity for public financial institutions to support climate action
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A Short(-ish) History of the UN Climate Summits
From Margaret to Madrid, we take you back to the dawn of global climate action and guide you through its checkered 30-year history.
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Learn more about why the Glasgow Summit is so pivotal and what it has to deliver.
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