Podcast Episode 1.37

Unpacking COP 26: Are we on track to solve the climate crisis, with Megan Darby

In November 2021, representatives from around the world gathered to update their climate commitments at the 26th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (COP 26) in Glasgow, Scotland.

The conference received substantial attention from media and climate groups around the globe, the likes of which we haven’t seen since COP 21 – the 2015 Paris Climate Accords.

So why was there so much anticipation leading up to this year’s COP? What were the expectations, and were they met? And do the new commitments made at COP 26 put us on track to meet global climate targets?

Megan Darby, Editor of Climate Home News, a UK-based news organization that covers the international politics of the climate crisis, joined Climate Now to unpack the key results from COP 26.

Featuring:

Megan Darby
Editor of Climate Home News

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Megan Darby

Editor of Climate Home News

Megan Darby is the Editor of Climate Home News – a UK-based news organization that covers the international politics of climate change.

Megan has been covering energy and climate for a decade at Climate Home News and Utility Week, and COP 26 was her sixth time attending the UN’s Conference of the Parties.

Hosted By:

James Lawler
Climate Now Host

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James Lawler

Climate Now Host
James Lawler is the founder of Climate Now. James started Climate Now as a way to learn about climate change and our energy system. Climate Now’s mission is to distill and communicate the science of our changing climate, the technologies that could help us avoid a climate crisis, and the economic and policy pathways to achieve net zero emissions globally. James is also the founder of Osmosis Films, a creative studio.

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