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December 2021 / VIDEO

COP26 - Outcomes, Agreements and Investment Implications

With the COP26 Conference in Glasgow now concluded, we look at the key outcomes and agreements

Key Insights

  • At the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, international representatives sought agreements aiming to limit the pace and implications of climate change.
  • Ultimately, the commitments made at COP26 are likely to materialize as legislation and regulation around the world that will impact the activities of many companies and industries.
  • Companies are likely to need to provide a greater level of transparency around their contribution to, and management of, greenhouse gas emissions.

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