In a few days time Cop26, the largest diplomatic event to take place in Britain since the second world war, will be kicking off in Glasgow. This international climate summit will be attended by negotiators and political leaders from around the world, seeking to make progress on our global attempts to reduce carbon emissions.
So what will actually happen, and what can we expect? We’ve put together an expert panel to answer your questions:
Fiona Harvey, Guardian environment correspondent
Damian Carrington, Guardian environment editor
Professor Saleemul Huq, director of International Center for Climate Change and Development and senior associate International Institute for Environment & Development
Lucy Siegle, environmental expert and author of several books including, most recently, Turning the tide on plastic
Hannah Martin, co-executive director of Green New Deal UK, and organiser with Green New Deal Rising
Professor Mary Gagen, climate scientist, Swansea University
They’ll be online on Monday between 1-2pm, so send us your questions and they’ll get cracking on them.
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