In the summer we invited panellists to reflect on what the G7 might mean for the prospects of a successful COP in Glasgow in November. Two weeks after the conclusion of the COP, we ask an international panel of experts what they make of the conclusions, whether it made decisive progress and achieved enough to keep 1.5 degrees “alive”, and what they made of this further showcase of “Global Britain”.
Professor of Environmental Policy, University of East Anglia
Hoffmann Distinguished Fellow for Sustainability and Research Director – Futures, Chatham House
Professor of Environmental Politics, University of Edinburgh
Professor at Centre for Policy Research
Senior Research Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe