Is the world really making progress on climate change? | The Bottom Line

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Many world leaders made lofty environment-friendly promises at the United Nations General Assembly last month, and many more promises are expected next month during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.

But is the planet getting closer to net-zero emissions? Are governments and huge corporations making the investments and changes needed to slow the trends of global warming, carbon emissions, pollution and extreme weather?

Join host Steve Clemons in a wide-ranging conversation on climate change with the chief sustainability officer at General Electric, Roger Martella; and the energy and environment reporter at The Hill, Rachel Frazin.

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