In this podcast miniseries, ACT2025 partners were joined by a set of experts from the around to world to discuss what it would take to secure an ambitious and just outcome at COP26 in Glasgow and beyond. Listen to the full series below.


Episodes Within the ACT2025 Podcast Miniseries

The ACT2025 Podcast: What Did COP26 Deliver for Climate-vulnerable Countries?

Men on canoe.

In this episode we hear about the highs and lows of the COP26 climate summit, and what needs to happen next to meet the needs of climate-vulnerable countries


The ACT2025 Podcast: Boosting Climate Ambition to Make 1.5-degree World Possible

People holding small solar panels.

In this first episode, we hear about the need for greater ambition — particularly from major emitters — to keep global temperature increase to no more than 1.5 degrees C in order to stave off the most dangerous climate impacts.


The ACT2025 Podcast: Finalizing the Rules of the Paris Agreement

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In this second episode, we hear about why finalizing the “rules” within the Paris Agreement is so important — not only to boost climate action, but also to protect climate-vulnerable communities.


The ACT2025 Podcast: Helping Climate-vulnerable Countries Adapt

Women harvesting tea leaves.

In this third episode, we hear about the dire need for more support to help climate-vulnerable countries adapt to the effects of climate change that are already underway.


The ACT2025 Podcast: Delivering Essential Climate Finance

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In this fourth episode, we hear about the issue that underlies most other areas of climate action: how to pay for the changes needed, especially in the most vulnerable countries, and how climate finance is critical to rebuild trust between countries.

The ACT2025 Podcast: Addressing Loss and Damage from Most Extreme Climate Impacts

Woman in house with open window and roof.

In this fifth episode, we hear about loss and damage — the effects of climate change that are too severe to adapt to — and how the international community can and must support affected communities and countries.