Climate crisis must remain a top priority after COP26 postponement, MPs say
Tackling climate change must not slip down the list of priorities for the UK government after the COP26 climate summit was postponed until next year, a cross-party group of MPs has said.The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) urged ministers to instead use the extra time as an opportunity to ensure that the rescheduled summit delivers even greater success. The government announced l
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Limiting global warming to 2°C above pre-industrial levels is now possible if all nations honour the climate pledges made at the Glasgow COP26 conference last year, a new study has found.
Limiting global warming to 2°C above pre-industrial levels is possible following COP26, but only if all new mid-century net-zero targets are delivered alongside national 2030 emissions goals.
The UK public has more trust in local councils to take action on climate change than it does in world leaders, according to research carried out by the Local Government Association (LGA) and published at the COP26 summit.
COP26 is now over, and we’re all digesting what the deal agreed in Glasgow actually means for us, our businesses and the planet. It was my privilege to represent IEMA members at the event.