The 26th annual summit of the UN’s climate change arm just wrapped up in Glasgow, Scotland, but it’s unclear whether what came out of the event will be nearly enough to stave off the worst consequences of climate change.
Bobby Magill was in Glasgow covering COP26 for Bloomberg Law and he joins our podcast, Parts Per Billion, to walk us through how to interpret the pact that was reached last week. He also talks about how covering this year’s COP was unique—not only because it was the first to take place during the Biden administration, but also because pandemic restrictions made it tricky for some developing countries to participate.
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