We're pausing our live page after Day 2 of COP26. Before we go, here's a quick look back at the highlights:
- India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the first public announcement so far - committing to net zero emissions by 2070
- The promise from Modi is big - India had previously failed to announce a net zero target - but will still be a disappointment to many because one of the key goals of the summit is for all countries to commit to net zero by 2060
- A group of more than 100 world leaders have pledged to end deforestation by 2030 including Brazil which is home to the Amazon rainforest
- Naturalist David Attenborough urged the summit delegates to "rewrite our story", imploring them to use COP26 as a climate inflection point
- US President Joe Biden apologised for former President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord, saying it set the world back. He made the comments shortly after his own opening remarks, where he warned of the devastating economic costs wrought by inaction on climate
- Prince William, Prince Charles, Kate and Camilla have all been spotted in Glasgow, but the Queen was a notable royal absence. Advised to stay home by doctors after a recent hospital visit, she recorded a video calling on leaders to great a safer future for the planet.
We'll be back tomorrow at 08:00GMT for Day 3. There will be more speeches from world leaders as well as a special focus on deforestation. We'll be looking out for an announcement of a new deal on forests - crucial to keeping global heating to 1.5C.
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