28:4 issue contents - A fair COP?
Six years after the historic international consensus to tackle climate change in Paris, the reaction to the Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow was noticeably more muted. This was supposed to be the time when countries ratcheted up their ambitions but, despite some achievements, the global mission to keep the Earth from overheating beyond 1.5C is now hanging by a thread.
In this issue of Progressive Review, our authors look at what comes next after Glasgow, how to keep the 1.5C target alive, and, crucially, how to deliver the transition fairly. The stakes couldn’t be higher.
- Editorial / Luke Murphy, Becca Massey-Chase and Josh Emden
- Climate action after COP26 / The Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP
- Climate diplomacy after COP26 / Richard Kinley
- Delivering net zero / Emily Shuckburgh
- Net zero post-COP26 / Lee Waters MS
- The role of the state and the market in delivering net zero / Sir Bernard Jenkin MP
- Climate justice as a holistic issue / Sara Reis and Anna Johnston
- Climate change: Will the parties unite or divide? / John Curtice
- The fight for a social mandate for net zero / Jake Ainscough and Rebecca Willis
- Public support for climate action after COP26 / Sam Hall
- Where next for nature recovery after COP26 / Ben Goldsmith
- Tackling climate change for a wellbeing world / Sophie Howe
- COP26 unsurprisingly failed / Dorothy Guerrero
- The future of climate finance / Rishikesh Ram Bhandary and Katie Gallogly-Swan
- Just transition / Moustapha Kamal Gueye
- Reclaiming community to build strategy / Noga Levy-Rapoport