COP26 headlines 1/11/21

President Xi of China will send a written statement to COP26, an official statement said this morning.

USA Today reported that Mr Xi’s statement would be uploaded to the official conference website today, following addresses by world leaders, including US president Joe Biden and the French president Emmanuel Macron.

Last updated with new headlines at 11pm

Members of Extinction Rebellion Scotland on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow, 1 November 2021
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COP26: Act now for our children, Queen urges climate summit (BBC News)

What world leaders told COP26 today (DrillOrDrop)

Archbishop Justin Welby apologises for making Nazi genocide comparison at COP26 (Evening Standard)

COP26: World at one minute to midnight over climate change – Boris Johnson (BBC)

World leaders spell out climate plans at COP (STV)

Private jets flying to COP26 in Glasgow will blast more CO2 than Scots pump out in a year (Daily Record)

Biden faces battle in support on climate action (FT)

COP26: Time is running out for the Maldives – sea level rise, extreme storms causing coastal erosion and the loss of atoll coral threaten its survival (Sky News)

Youth climate activists attempt to join COP26 onboard Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior. The ship was refused permission to dock but it’s coming anyway, says Greenpeace

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