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COP26: Our expectations and learnings

As the world turns its attention to COP26, we share key thinking, expectations and future predictions from our Climate Change and Natural Resources work

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Having been delayed a year by the COVID-19 pandemic, COP26 is billed as a last chance marker-point for countries to commit to better practice and new, innovative initiatives to tackle the climate crisis.

With estimates that suggest 100 million people are at risk of being pushed into poverty by climate change by 2030, the need to understand what works and why is more urgent than ever. From the global need for increased investment in adaptive measures, to understanding how we can play our own part to be carbon net-zero, we discuss our expectations for COP26 and the key issues facing the climate sector today.