IEMA's Martin Baxter reflects on the first week of COP26
IEMA's director of policy and external affairs, Martin Baxter, reflects on the first week of COP26, and outlines what commitments he hopes to see going forward.What are your feelings about the first week of the conference? There has definitely been an increase in ambition, which is welcome. Unfortunately, there still aren't detailed plans from many countries
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