I’m not in Madrid this week at COP25 – a.k.a. “Conference of Parties,” the annual gathering at which world leaders discuss a coordinated approach to climate goals in meetings hosted by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Instead, I’ve spent the last two weeks reading articles and newsletters capturing slivers of conversation, commitments and actions. After all, COPs are remembered by the stories they tell as much as the accords they ratify.
During this COP, two loud, dissonant narratives are springing from the headlines
The first: things