Editors Briefing: Six months on from COP26, what has been achieved, what hasn't, and what may happen next

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VIDEO: The BusinessGreen editorial team discuss Australia's 'climate election', climate scepticism in the finance sector and the continued calls for Ministers to prioritise energy efficiency

At the close of last month BusinessGreen held its latest Editors Briefing, a lively, virtual discussion which saw the editorial team reflect on developments in the green economy in the six months that have passed since Glasgow hosted the COP26 Climate Summit and the government launched its flagship Net Zero Strategy.

The virtual Editors Briefing takes place on the last Friday of each month and can be attended live by BusinessGreen members, where they can ask questions about the latest stories and join the discussion around some of the major recent stories reported on BusinessGreen. Clips from last month's event can be watched above.

The next Editors Briefing is taking place at 11:00 on Friday 24 June. To sign up to take part in the next briefing you must be a BusinessGreen member. More details on how to join and subscribe are available here

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