Sinking Tuvalu laments watered down U.N. Glasgow climate pact

Sinking Tuvalu laments watered down U.N. Glasgow climate pact

By James Redmayne SYDNEY (Reuters) – The South Pacific island nation of Tuvalu is disappointed with the outcome of the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow, fearing it will fail to hold back global warming and worsen the threat of rising sea levels facing low lying...
U.N. climate agreement clinched after late drama over coal

U.N. climate agreement clinched after late drama over coal

By Valerie Volcovici, Kate Abnett and William James GLASGOW (Reuters) – U.N. climate talks ended Saturday with a deal that for the first time targeted fossil fuels as the key driver of global warming, even as coal-reliant countries lobbed last-minute objections....
As countries wrangle over climate pledges, how enforceable are they?

As countries wrangle over climate pledges, how enforceable are they?

By Andrea Januta GLASGOW (Reuters) -When all is said and done at the U.N. climate talks, and the ink on the COP26 agreement is dry, one awkward question will remain: how enforceable will the deal be anyway? In the last year, countries have announced a flurry of...