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When the history of COP26 and the battle to reduce emissions is written, last minute manoeuvrings in Glasgow will be a feature. But the very real successes of this year's Conference of the Parties will also be writ large

COP26: Don't forget the successes - Oxford experts

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Any of the healthy and sustainable dietary patterns we looked at are a better option for health, the environment, and financially. Credit: Shutterstock.

Sustainable eating is cheaper and healthier - Oxford study

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global growth of cities, particularly in the global south, will entrench and embed people in urban concentrations of informality

Finally: COP considers cities and the climate crisis

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Like drunks running away without paying, some rich countries are expected to try to escape their financial obligations at COP26. It's outrageous, says Brian O'Callaghan, lead researcher. Credit: Shutterstock.

Dine and dash? Global COVID recovery investment is not aligned with COP rhetoric

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Every burger helps

Oxford food experts work with Tesco on sustainable plant-based meals

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The Carbon Takeback Obligation requires fossil fuel extractors and importers to dispose safely and permanently of a rising fraction of the CO2 they generate. Credit: Shutterstock.

Affordable policy which could stop fossil fuels causing global warming - report

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The Carbon Engineering Direct Air Capture carbon capture plant, Squamish, Canada.  According to Professor Allen, Investment is urgently needed into safer, permanent CO2 disposal. Credit: Shutterstock.

Why Net Zero (and what is it?)

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A huge poll of nearly 700,000 people, the G20 Peoples’ Climate Vote, shows public demand for climate action

G20 Peoples’ Climate Vote: Large majority back action

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