COP26: A promise of a sprint to win the marathon?

While the transition to net zero is a marathon joined by countries around the world, the success of limiting global warming to well below 2ºC and keeping the goal of 1.5ºC within reach will depend on whether the government and the industry are able to synchronise their efforts and sprint against climate change now and over the next nine years.

What does this mean in practice for COP26 negotiations? And can they accelerate the development of the hydrogen economy to help getting the world on track with the climate targets?

[#1] It is vital that the Parties address the existing gap between NDCs and emissions reductions required by science to keep 1.5C in reach, setting out roadmaps for strengthening 2030 NDCs and moving towards a systemic approach to policy design and decarbonisation of the economies worldwide.

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