UK Weather: Live from Glasgow at COP26 – the science behind the decisions

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Met Office – Weather published this video item, entitled “Live from Glasgow at COP26 – the science behind the decisions” – below is their description.

Join Alex Deakin as he shows us behind the scenes at the Science Pavilion at the heart of COP26. Alex will answer your questions about climate and what’s happening at the conference, and will be joined by Met Office scientists who are helping to inform decision makers.

The forecast and any weather warnings within this video are accurate at time of recording. To ensure you have the most up to date weather information, check the forecast on www.metoffice.gov.uk or via the Met Office app.

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