August 1, 2021

How the Climate Conversation Changed in 2021

This is the most important year for climate action since the Paris Climate Agreement was passed in 2015. National governments are strengthening their national climate action plans; companies, cities and communities are setting more ambitious targets; global financial markets are beginning to demand significant decarbonization; and the world is gearing up for the most important climate negotiations of this decade, in Glasgow, Scotland at the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) 

Meaningful progress on climate change in this decade will require significant changes to almost every sector of the global economy, including energy, transport, industry, agriculture, cities, finance, and land use. That, in turn, will require us to transform countless systems, build new ones, optimize those we can’t, and measure our overall progress as we go. None of this will be possible…

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