Essential Geopolitics: What's on the Table at COP26?

MIN READOct 26, 2021 | 09:00 GMT

The U.N. Climate Change Conference, aka COP26, will be held from Oct. 31 to Nov. 12 in Glasgow, Scotland, after a delay due to the pandemic. As the date draws closer, more nations are revealing their plans for future energy use, many of which are in stark contrast to science. In this podcast, Emily Donahue speaks with Matthew Bey, Stratfor senior global analyst at RANE, about the challenges and roadblocks negotiators will face.

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