As the dust settles after the COP26 summit, it's time to examine how far we've come.
On this week's episode of Sky News ClimateCast Ashna Hurynag explores the effectiveness of COP26 and examines whether we can deem the “Glasgow Climate Pact” a success.
She asks science correspondent Thomas Moore if it’s left us any closer to solving the climate crisis.
Veteran environmental campaigner George Monbiot makes his ClimateCast debut with a call to arms. Though he calls Glasgow (and 24.5 other COPs) a failure, he sees hope for the future in the ever growing climate activist movement.
And Sepi Golzari-Munro leaves us on a high by highlighting the progress made in Glasgow. The world needs to do more, she says, but with political will, it’s possible.