On the opening day of the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow, the President Alok Sharma told delegates: “COP26 is our last best hope to keep 1.5 in reach.”
At the G20 talks in Rome, Boris Johnson warned that the summit was at serious risk of failure. The target of keeping the global temperature rise below 1.5C was not on track and pledges from countries so far were a “drop in the rapidly warming ocean”.
Alok Sharma tells the opening session of COP26 that the lights are flashing on the climate dashboard – but he deflects questions from journalists on the Cambo oilfield – opening session of COP26 climate talks (DrillOrDrop)
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