The United Nations COP26 climate conference in Glasgow is at its halfway point.
World leaders have spent the past week debating ways to cut carbon emissions and limit a global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Pledges so far include ending deforestation by 2030, phasing out coal power and setting up a fund to help developing nations.
But many environmentalists say the commitments do not go far enough.
With less than a week to go, what is needed to ensure COP26 does not end in failure?
Presenter: Rob Matheson
David Imbago Jácome – Ecuadorian youth climate activist and medical doctor
Mark Ruskell MSP – Scottish Green Party politician and spokesperson on environment
Dipti Bhatnagar – International climate justice and energy programme coordinator, Friends of the Earth International