A fall of a tree on the catenary blocks the way for a crowd of passengers at COP26

Hundreds of passengers are stranded on the way to COP26. A crowd of commuters hoping to board a train for COP26 on climate to Glasgow, Scotland, are stranded due to a traffic blockage at Euston station in London (UK) on Sunday, 31 October. Traffic causing a tree to fall on a catenary. The Avanti West Coast Rail Company, which exclusively serves Euston to Glasgow, has advised passengers not to travel on Twitter, though to try to find an alternative route.

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London Euston station, for its part, announced on Twitter that intervention teams were at work. “Remove trees and do a full damage assessment to plan for repairs”. The incident took place about 130 km north of the British capital.

On social networks, many travelers have criticized the fact of not going to Glasgow by train, a mode of transport that is far less polluting than the plane.

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“All trains to Glasgow are hanging on the weather event – hundreds of Climate Conference delegates are stranded in Euston because UK infrastructure is not resilient enough to cope with climate change…”, tweeted Cecilia Keating, a journalist specializing in environmental issues. The reporter posted a picture showing the crowd hanging from a billboard, with a screen with a scrolling inscription sitting next to it. “The world is watching you COP26”, “No Time to Waste”.

Launched on Sunday, COP26 represents “Last and best hope” To succeed in the most ambitious objective of the Paris Agreement to limit global warming to +1.5°C, its chairman Alok Sharma announced its inauguration.

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