The COP 26 climate change summit that opened in Glasgow on Sunday has been billed as “the last chance to save the planet”. The sense of urgency is palpable, the pressure on politicians to agree to something meaningful is considerable. But even if, against the odds, the conference is a huge success and governments commit to serious action, the hard work of convincing ordinary people that many aspects of our lives, many things we take for granted, are going to have to change has barely begun.
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