A big thank you to the 60+ participants of our seminar Phase out to phase down. 

While many of countries have doubled-down on their commitments to reducing forest-loss and emissions, China and India sparked the last-minute intervention to water down language on phasing out coal.

China and India are the two biggest producers, consumers and importers of coal.

At COP26 - UN Climate Change Conference, countries committed to new, ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions this decade. Delivering on these promises will rely on the development, financing and scale up of green technologies. China and India, the two biggest producers, consumers and importers of coal, sparked the last-minute drama at the COP26 talks by forcing a compromise that led from "phase out" to be changed to "phase down." 

What does this mean? And what about Norway and Norways role at COP26? 

We invited the following for a c-suite conversation: 
Stig Traavik, Director of Climate & Environment in Norad - the Norwegian Govt Agency for Development Cooperation

-Truls Gulowesen, Managing Director of Naturvernforbundet. 

- As well as Surbhi Singvi, manager for energy, World Business Council For Sustainable Development (WBCSD)

and asked them:

Did you miss the latest comment on COP26? You can read it below:

Når vi rike forurenser er det lov, men når land som Kina og India forurenser er det etisk uforsvarlig

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