The 26th edition of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, will be held in Glasgow, Scotland in November 2020. The pre-COP will take place in Milan, Italy.
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A bus is stuck and it needs everyone’s effort to get running again. A video explains the process towards a global agreement on CO2 emissions.
The climate change conference COP21 Paris is ever nearer. This two minute video compares the journey to reach a global agreement on CO2 emissions to a bus that is stuck and needs someone to get it out of its predicament. If no one calls the tow truck, the passengers themselves will have to get off the bus and work as a team to push it out of the mud.
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