How significant is India’s presence at COP26?

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India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend COP26 in Glasgow. But how significant is this and who really holds the power to create change? 

Bob Ward, from the Grantham Research Institute, says “we all benefit” if India does start to limit its emissions, as Economist Vicky Pryce adds the country will need support to go net zero.

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