Over the past two weeks, representatives from nearly 200 countries convened in Glasgow for COP26 to discuss new plans to tackle climate change. The conference was regarded as the best – and last – chance to save the earth from the catastrophic consequences of global warming. However, many attendees, analysts, and observers believe it fell short. Although the countries agreed there is a problem, few actionable solutions were hammered out.
Join us on November 18 at 9:00 am ET for a discussion with Bundestag Member Lisa Badum (The Greens), who attended COP26 as part of the German delegation. She will reflect on the climate deal which was reached and what it means for the future of climate change policy. This event is supported by the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung.