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11 Nov 2021
COP26: Have we missed our moment?
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After two weeks, COP26, the international climate summit in Glasgow is wrapping up. The summit has been called the world’s best last chance. So has it worked? 


The primary goal of the conference was to reach a consensus that would keep levels of global warming below 1.5 degrees.


According to research released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), staying below 1.5 degrees is critical to avoid catastrophic climate change. 


Today, climate scientist and one of the lead authors of that IPCC report, Joëlle Gergis, on what happened at COP26, and what it means for the fate of our planet. 


Guest: Climate scientist and author, Joëlle Gergis.


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