The international politics of COP26
This paper considers the international political context of the UK presidency of COP26 and reflects upon past experience in which climate change discussions, despite their distinctive nature, cannot be effectively isolated from great power politics. It concludes that the deteriorating international situation threatens to make a successful outcome to the Glasgow conference much more difficult to achieve than its predecessor at Paris in 2015.
|Acceptance Date||Feb 14, 2021|
|Publication Date||Feb 14, 2021|
|Journal||Scottish Geographical Journal|
|Pages||31 - 35|
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