COP 26 | Glasgow climate pact urges nations to move to zero emissions by 2050

COP 26 | Glasgow climate pact urges nations to move to zero emissions by 2050

After 2 weeks of negotiations, COP 26 has come to an end in the UK. The Glasgow Climate Pact has been adopted urging nations to move to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and encouraging a boost in climate financing offered by developed nations.
But there was some disappointment too as the gavel fell – following a decision to water down wording that requested nations phase-out fossil fuel use.
Our correspondent Laura Makin-Isherwood looks back at what’s been achieved in Glasgow over the last fortnight.

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