The outcomes of COP26 negotiations have been published into a document which details the progress made on the four goals of the conference – Mitigation, Adaptation, Finance and Collaboration.
A record breaking number of delegates gathered in Glasgow for this critical COP, the aim of which was to keep alive the hope of limiting global temperature rises below 1.5C.
The UK Presidency has made progress on each of it’s four goals and the Glasgow Climate Pact will speed up the pace of climate action. However, keeping 1.5C alive will only be achieved if every country delivers on what they have pledged as communities around the world continue to feel the impacts of an already changing planet.
The Glasgow Climate Pact is the climax of two years of diplomacy and ambition raising to drive action across the globe on:
- Mitigation – reducing emissions
- Adaptation – helping those already impacted by climate change
- Finance – enabling countries to deliver on their climate change goals
- Collaboration – working together to deliver even greater action
Read the full report here.