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Obama: “We Are Nowhere Near Where We Need to Be” on Climate Action

Former President Barack Obama made an appearance during the COP26 climate summit on Monday, warning nations around the world that “we are nowhere near where we need to be” on responding to the challenges imposed by anthropogenic climate change.

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“Meaningful progress has been made since Paris,” Obama said, adding, “Thanks to your efforts here in Glasgow, we see the promise of further progress.”

“We are going to have to do more, and whether that happens or not to a large degree is going to depend on you, and not just those of you in this room but anybody who’s watching or reading a transcript of what I say here today,” he continued.

Obama criticized Russia and China specifically for demonstrating what he called a “dangerous lack of urgency” and “willingness to maintain the status quo.”

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