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December 29, 2021
What Came Out of COP26?

The 26th U.N. Climate Change Conference concluded on Nov. 12 after two weeks of deliberations between political and corporate leaders from around the globe on how to best combat climate change. The talks resulted in commitments for billions of investment in climate finance and to phase-out coal-fired generation in the coming decades, alongside an increased urgency to control greenhouse gas emissions to control global warming below 2 degrees Celsius.

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Sustainability is an increasing concern in the commodities industry – from carbon emissions trading to the development of renewables and stricter rules on areas such as mining, plastics and sulfur in oil products.