Twenty years too late” – our review of COP26
The 26th Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC (COP26) held in Glasgow from October 31 to November 13 had as a central objective to bring countries from all over the world to reach tangible and real agreements enabling us to collectively fulfil the goal of the Paris Agreement. At this conference, the decisions taken should have defined the “rules of the game” for the implementation of specific policies and actions for the reduction of CO2 emissions and adaptation to climate change. It’s crucial to understand that climate change is not only an environmental problem but also involves social and political challenges with a highly ethical component, that needs to take human rights and the welfare of living beings into precedence.
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