International lawmakers, business leaders and activists convened in Glasgow, U.K. on Tuesday in the final week of the COP26 climate summit.
Delegates have been asked to accelerate action on climate change and commit to more ambitious cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, all in an effort to limit global temperature rises.
Here are some of the biggest developments Tuesday:
- The world needs more nuclear energy, French official says
- COP26 panel focuses on 'keeping 1.5C alive' with the help of science
- Global warming to hit 2.4 degrees by the end of century, Climate Action Tracker warns
- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The U.S. is back with a 'fundamentally different approach' to climate policy