A majority of voters want agreements on climate change to be made legally enforceable, with Britain given a “a unique opportunity” to push for the change when it hosts Cop26 later this year.
The government this week indicated it would go ahead with the key UN climate summit, which is due to be held in Glasgow in November after Covid-19 pushed its back by a year.
Three in five voters (58 per cent) say the resulting agreement from the summit should be made legally enforceable – unlike the bulk of the previous Paris Agreement.
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