The final hours: Nature reporters reflect on COP26

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The 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow is almost over, and as tense negotiations continue into the night, the Nature team take a moment to reflect on their experiences of this crucial conference. What struck them, what have they learned, and what should we look out for in the final text?

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