After the conclusion of an agreement on Saturday at the COP26 in Glasgow (United Kingdom), Swedish activist Greta Thunberg lamented that the conference had come down to “blah, blah, blah”.

“The real work continues outside of these rooms.

And we will never, never give up, ”the emblematic figure of the Fridays for Future movement said on Twitter after the world climate conference.

The # COP26 is over.

Here's a brief summary: Blah, blah, blah.



But the real work continues outside these halls.

And we will never give up, ever.

https://t.co/EOne9OogiR

- Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) November 13, 2021

Opened on October 31, COP26 played extra time this Saturday, like many other COPs before it. Before the curtain fell on the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow, after fifteen days of intense negotiations, the 197 member countries of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (Cnucc) finally agreed on the texts of final decisions which recap what they committed to in Glasgow.

The COP26 adopted this Saturday a common text intended to accelerate the fight against global warming, but without ensuring to contain it at 1.5 ° C or respond to requests for assistance from poor countries.

Dubbed the “Glasgow Climate Pact”, the text was adopted after two weeks of grueling negotiations, a hammer blow from the British president of the World Climate Conference and after last-minute changes introduced. by China and India on the issue of fossil fuels.

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COP26: "Moment of truth" and pleas to accept a compromise

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COP 26: Adoption of a "Glasgow Pact" to accelerate the fight against global warming

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