COP26 and commodities: What to expect?

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Jumana Saleheen, Frank Eich, Sarah Macnaughton, Wan Ling

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COP26 will kick off on 31st October in Glasgow. It is uncertain whether the global community can deliver with actions to match its ambition to put the world on a 1.5°C pathway. Join CRU Sustainability to learn more about what COP26 might achieve on its four goals: global collaboration, finance, mitigation, and adaptation. We will focus on the implications for the commodity industries. CRU experts will address the following topics: • Climate commitments: will major economies - USA, China, EU and India – promise to do more to address the climate challenge, and can COP26 help them achieve their ambitions? • Decarbonisation: how the role of governments and capital markets might ratchet up in order to incentivise the transition of the industry to net zero? What does it mean for carbon pricing? • Energy Transition: what type of targets, sectoral pathways, and support will we need to help us hit a 1.5°C world. How will it affect the commodity value chain such as steel and transport?

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