COP 26 – doc


4 Key Takeaways From COP26 – FP, 15.11
After two weeks of intense climate negotiations, here’s where progress was made—and where negotiations fell short. By Christina Lu, an editorial fellow at Foreign Polic



The Gap Between Talk and Action on Climate Is on Full Display in Glasgow – FP, 10.11
Environmental disasters are rapidly engulfing the world. Can bureaucracy meet their pace? By Kelly Kimball

Will COP26 Solve Anything? – FP, 5.11
Climate apocalypse still looms while world leaders haggle over haggis in Glasgow. By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow in the New American Engagement Initiative at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and Matthew Kroenig, deputy director of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security



Jeff Bezos promite 2 miliarde de dolari pentru refacerea naturii – 2.11



COP26 Is Silent on Human Rights in China – FP, 9.11
Environmental activists are afraid of angering Beijing. By Nithin Coca, an Asia-focused freelance journalist

A Green Deal at COP26 Can’t Be a Green Light for China – FP, 1.11
The idea that appeasing Beijing can save the planet is a fantasy. By Jacob Helberg, a senior advisor at the Stanford University program on geopolitics and technology



A Guide to the COP26 Climate Summit – FP, 29.10
Nearly 200 countries will be represented at the COP26 U.N. climate summit starting Oct. 31 in Glasgow, Scotland—a gathering that some analysts have described as a pivotal moment for the planet. On this episode of Ones and Tooze, FP columnist Adam Tooze explains how the summit works and why he’s somewhat optimistic about the mechanisms for tackling climate change.

Rich Countries’ Climate Policies Are Colonialism in Green – FP, 3.11
At COP26, developed-world governments are working to keep the global south poor. By Vijaya Ramachandran, the director for energy and development at the Breakthrough Institute

The Developing World Needs Energy—and Lots of It – FP, 29.10
At COP26, leaders must find ways to allow much greater economic growth across large parts of the world. By Jason Bordoff, a columnist at Foreign Policy and the co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate School


After COP26, Scottish Independence Can’t Be Fueled by Oil – FP, 3.11
The economic case against leaving the United Kingdom is stronger than ever. By Azeem Ibrahim, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a director at the Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy



G-20 Sets the Stage for COP26 – FP, 29.10
The group of the world’s 20 largest economies faces pressure to find solutions to the overlapping crises of climate change and the coronavirus pandemic. By Colm Quinn, the newsletter writer at Foreign Policy

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