Glasgow Climate Pact: Unpacking Underrated Adaptation and ‘Loss & Damage’ Components of Climate Change

19 Nov 2021

The message from climate science is clear. Unless both immediate and ambitious climate actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are taken, the earth's temperature is set to rise by 2.7°C above the pre-industrial levels by the end of the century. This is much beyond the 1.5°C temperature goal that negotiators struggled and fought so hard to keep alive in the recently concluded COP26 discussions that resulted in the Glasgow Climate Pact.

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