COP26 outcome: 12 months to take climate action that delivers on human rights

Amnesty International is extremely disappointed that the COP26 outcome presents only minimal and incremental
progress to protecting human rights in the context of the climate crisis. These improvements on decisions from previous
COPs and on the positions of states prior to the Glasgow conference include a mention of the need to phase-out some
forms of fossil fuel subsidies and phase-down coal power, the request to states to enhance their 2030 ambition plans by
the end of 2022 and the commitment to increase the proportion of climate financing allocated to help states adapt to the
effects of climate change.

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