COP26: PM’s summit plea and axing trees to save water

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, is calling on nations to "pullout all the stops" when the first draft for an agreement on how countries can reduce their emissions to prevent temperatures from rising more than 1.5C is published. As the climate summit draws to an end, he will be returning to COP26 in Glasgow to meet ministers and negotiators and to discuss the progress made and any remaining gaps. Johnson says that "there's still much work to be done" but "negotiating teams are working hard in these last days of COP26 to make climate change action a reality. Keep checking our blog for updates.