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.

Two men in a flooded area on a boat harvesting crops
Photo by DIPAYAN BOSE / Climate Visuals Countdown


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Preety Bhandari, Senior Advisor, Global Climate Program and the Finance Center

"ACT2025 is a very vibrant network of think tanks that brought some very important issues through its call for action on ambition, finance, adaptation, loss and damage and rules and architecture to COP26, and I think in an overall assessment of this call for action, we have been very successful in ensuring that all these issues are reflected in the Glasgow Climate Pact.”

More About ACT2025

In 2021, WRI and a coalition of organizations and experts from all over the world — mostly the global South — formed the ACT2025 consortium to ensure voices from countries most exposed to climate change are heard, empowered, mobilized and adequately supported in international climate negotiations. The ACT2025 Podcast is a WRI miniseries looking at what’s needed to secure ambitious, just and equitable outcomes at COP26 and beyond, especially for climate-vulnerable countries.

Find more podcasts and resources on other aspects of ACT2025 here.

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