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COP26 Global Stocktake: How can the world measure progress on the Paris Agreement?

Different countries have different ways of collating climate data, though collectively it is known as Global Stocktake Image: Unsplash/Marcin Jozwiak

Steven Lam

PhD Candidate in Public Health, University of Guelph

Sherilee Harper

Canada Research Chair in Climate Change and Health, University of Alberta

Warren Dodd

Assistant Professor, School of Public Health Sciences, University of Waterloo

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