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Our hopes for real action at COP26

Good cop, bad cop?

The most important conference on climate change is about to take place, six years after the Paris Agreement was signed. So what do we expect from COP26? Will it be a good COP… or a bad COP? We think it all depends on whether the participants realize the true extent of the crisis we’re in.

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Robeco will produce a series of five pertinent, up-to-date videos as COP26 unfolds, to help you navigate whether the summit is a gamechanger. Watch our very own Kenny Robertson, Robeco’s man on the ground, as he follows the progress being made towards tackling climate change, and the potential outcomes for the investment and financial industry. These 15-minute, daily videos and other engaging, relevant content is available on our COP26 landing page, where we will also be happy to answer any questions you might have.

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