India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi presenting his national statement at the COP26 in Glasgow. Credit: Alastair Grant/Getty Images

Subhra Priyadarshini has her ear to the ground as climate change negotiations enter a decisive decade.

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is being seen as crucial if climate change is to be brought under control. Climate scientists have sounded a “Code Red” suggesting it is time enough for world leaders to take action. In this special episode, we explore why global collective action is so complex, and what we can expect from the COP26 summit in Glasgow. We hear from a climate refugee and connect with journalists, policy experts and the COP26 president about India’s past contributions to emissions — and its new commitments to curbing them. Host: Subhra Priyadarshini. Produced by Jinoy Jose P., Amrita Gupta Nambiar and Prince George.