Exercise caution when drunk-tweeting across the pond.
India succeeded in loosening language around coal emissions at the last minute.
Five years after the Paris Agreement, the world may finally call out fossil fuels by name. But the so-called Glasgow Agreement punts on most other issues.
Months after scientists warned of "code red for humanity," the world's two carbon superpowers are arriving with lackluster solutions to an increasingly desperate problem.
The claim was received Monday by a media outlet in Northern Ireland and contained a recognized codeword used by the group.