A draft climate deal has been released after days of negotiations in Glasgow - but will the promises be whittled away in the coming days?
The seven-page document urges countries to strengthen their carbon-cutting targets by the end of 2022. It also pushes for the phase-out the use of coal - but doesn't set any date.
The conference has copped a lot of cricitism - it's accepted COP26 will not produce the level of emissions cuts needed - and leaders will need to be more ambitious next year.
Glasgow correspondent Laura Makin Isherwood spoke to Corin Dann.