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COP26 Key Outcomes


Espelage, Aglaja; Michaelowa, Axel; Müller, Benito; Spence, Christopher; Schwarte, Christoph (2022). COP26 Key Outcomes. In: 26TH Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC (COP26), Glasgow, UK, 31 October 2021 - 13 November 2021. s.n., online.

Abstract

Did COP26 in Glasgow save or doom us? A new report by ecbi, COP26 Key Outcomes, assesses the Glasgow Climate Summit on the level of political ambition it achieved as well as what it delivered on finance, loss and damage, transparency, common time frames, Article 6, and adaptation. It explains and evaluates key formal COP and CMA decisions, as well as the pledges and promises by various coalitions on issues ranging from coal to cars, methane to forests. The report suggests that, while Glasgow failed to deliver enough political ambition and disappointed in several key areas, it arguably did enough to signal a shift away from business-as-usual. What’s more, COP26 finalised the Paris Rulebook, providing the tools needed to make more significant progress down the line. The report also looks at what was left unfinished in Glasgow and what needs to happen in 2022 to maximise our chances of moving the needle at COP27 and beyond.

Authored by experts with many years’ experience following the UNFCCC negotiations, the report features quotes and insights from ecbi’s network of negotiators and delegates who attended COP26.

Abstract

Did COP26 in Glasgow save or doom us? A new report by ecbi, COP26 Key Outcomes, assesses the Glasgow Climate Summit on the level of political ambition it achieved as well as what it delivered on finance, loss and damage, transparency, common time frames, Article 6, and adaptation. It explains and evaluates key formal COP and CMA decisions, as well as the pledges and promises by various coalitions on issues ranging from coal to cars, methane to forests. The report suggests that, while Glasgow failed to deliver enough political ambition and disappointed in several key areas, it arguably did enough to signal a shift away from business-as-usual. What’s more, COP26 finalised the Paris Rulebook, providing the tools needed to make more significant progress down the line. The report also looks at what was left unfinished in Glasgow and what needs to happen in 2022 to maximise our chances of moving the needle at COP27 and beyond.

Authored by experts with many years’ experience following the UNFCCC negotiations, the report features quotes and insights from ecbi’s network of negotiators and delegates who attended COP26.

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Contributors:Jen Allan, Lavanya Rajamani, Mike Muzurakis, Kiara Worth
Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper), refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Political Science
Dewey Decimal Classification:320 Political science
Language:English
Event End Date:13 November 2021
Deposited On:07 Feb 2023 10:43
Last Modified:02 Mar 2023 13:17
Publisher:s.n.
OA Status:Closed
Official URL:https://ecbi.org/news/cop26-key-outcomes
  • Content: Published Version
  • Language: English
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