Can world leaders make COP26 a success?

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Current climate pledges from world leaders will not be enough to keep global temperature targets, UN scientists have warned.

But can COP26 turn this around? Economist Vicky Pryce says some big emitters “don’t look like they are doing enough” to tackle the crisis, as Professor Simon Lewis adds that leaders “need to push hard for practical policies”.

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