Alok Sharma, President of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), talks to the media at the Glasgow event on November 10, two days before it is due to end. Photo: Reuters
Alok Sharma, President of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), talks to the media at the Glasgow event on November 10, two days before it is due to end. Photo: Reuters

COP26 climate talks chair urges speed and ‘compromise’; ‘what we agree sets future for our children and grandchildren’

  • Alok Sharma says negotiators must ‘roll up sleeves’, get to work and find middle ground before talks conclude on Friday
  • Around 200 nations need to agree on how to tackle communal problem of global warming, then sign a final text

Topic |   Climate change
Alok Sharma, President of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), talks to the media at the Glasgow event on November 10, two days before it is due to end. Photo: Reuters
Alok Sharma, President of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), talks to the media at the Glasgow event on November 10, two days before it is due to end. Photo: Reuters
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