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Boris Johnson launch of COP26

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The Glasgow Action Plan

COP 26 Asks to UK Government

The Climate Coalition / Bond Development and Environment Group

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

We’re seeing the impact of the climate crisis every day. But we can tackle it together. 

That’s why The Climate Coalition and Bond Development and Environment Group has launched the Glasgow Action Plan, together with over 60 organisations. This plan highlights the five areas prime minister Boris Johnson must prioritise to get us on track to a cleaner, greener future. Before we host the world at COP 26 in November, the UK must get its house in order, and go further and faster to reach net zero as soon as possible.

If your organisation would like to sign up to the Glasgow Action Plan, please send your logo to [email protected]

Read the action plan by clicking below. 

Resource type: briefing

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