COP26 didn’t accomplish everything, but it may have saved forests

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By Lauren Chappell

Dr. Eric Strauss, President’s Professor of Biology and Director of the Center for Urban Resilience at LMU, speaks about what the expectations and outcomes of COP26 were. Including one that may be the most influential pledge to come out of the conference.

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