Bangkok ● Thu, November 25 2021
Leaders of more than 190 countries meeting at the Glasgow climate conference (COP26) earlier this month reached a deal to try to avert the worst effects of global warming.
It is satisfying to see negotiating parties at the conference resolving key elements such as the finalizing of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and sticking points around finance. The Glasgow Leaders' Declaration on Forests and Land Use presents a major breakthrough.
Without a doubt, the more holistic integration of themes such as biodiversity, post COVID-19 recovery and social justice is a new and important direction. And the decision by the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to return in one year to improve their nationally determined contributions and climate pledges is a bright spot.
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