Climate activists hold placards as world leaders meet at the COP26 UN Climate Summit in Glasgow on November 1. Photo: AFP
Climate activists hold placards as world leaders meet at the COP26 UN Climate Summit in Glasgow on November 1. Photo: AFP
Dennis J. Snower
Opinion

Opinion

Dennis J. Snower

Meeting global climate targets requires systemic change. Can we turn failure into success?

  • Despite the agreements reached at COP26, the world is still not equipped to take collective climate action
  • For this to change, we need policies that do not disproportionately hurt poor countries and a more inclusive decision-making process that puts affected communities at the centre of negotiations

Climate activists hold placards as world leaders meet at the COP26 UN Climate Summit in Glasgow on November 1. Photo: AFP
Climate activists hold placards as world leaders meet at the COP26 UN Climate Summit in Glasgow on November 1. Photo: AFP
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