Here’s what’s happening at COP26
Everyone is talking about COP26—but what’s it all about and why is it important? We’re here to break it all down and take you there with us.
“Delayed from 2020 due to the global pandemic, COP26 follows a year in which, from massive wildfires in Siberia to unprecedented flooding in Germany and Belgium, to famine in Madagascar and record-shattering heat in the American West, it’s becoming abundantly clear that climate change has contributed to increasingly frequent and severe weather events."
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Introducing the ‘The Bear Hug’ series
In shining a light on the climate crisis and helping our viewers to understand why it is so desperately relevant to us all, WaterBear's host and VP of Strategy, Sam Sutaria interviews policy makers, CEOs, climate activists and more. These interviews, published daily during COP26, bring to the table the right messengers to break down what the conference is, to communicate its relevance, and to unpack what should and can be done to help combat the climate crisis.