Potential winners line up, as inspired policy aims meet realpolitik at COP26

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Issue 449 - 05 Nov 2021 - By John Hamilton , Dan Marks | 8 minute read

COP26 opened with high-minded speeches and a welter of public and private sector commitments, as dozens of African nations said they would accelerate their own decarbonisation. Governments called for existing pledges to tackle environmental disaster to be met, underpinning a ‘just transition’ in which poorer economies aren’t penalised by big emitters’ plans to cut carbon.

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