After COP26, Washington Post investigation finds flawed climate data
COP26 ended recently without any binding agreements on the cutting of carbon emissions. But a new report by The Washington Post argues that we might be further than ever from a solution.
Juliet Eilperin, the deputy editor overseeing climate and environmental coverage for the Post, speaks with us.
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