A major summit on climate change is "make or break" for the planet's future, according to an environmental campaigner turned MP.
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In November, Glasgow will host COP26 - the largest gathering of world leaders in UK history.
Anna McMorrin, Labour MP for Cardiff North, said it was an chance for Wales to "reach out and show leadership".
Scientist Gareth Wyn Jones said he hoped recent extreme heatwaves, floods and wildfires would focus minds.
What is COP26?
The world's governments have been told they need to make drastic cuts to greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decades to hold back a dangerous rise in global temperatures.
At a previous summit in Paris they agreed to try to stop the warming reaching 2C compared with pre-industrial times, and ideally no higher than 1.5C.
But there was a big gap between that goal and the policies for action countries had been coming up with - putting the world on course for far worse climate change.
COP26 is about trying to sort that out.
'A devastating way to live'
Ms McMorrin said some of her constituents were already suffering the effects of climate change and she had seen "first hand" people moving furniture upstairs out of fear of flooding.
"It's a devastating way to live," she said.
At the Paris summit in 2015 she was involved in negotiations about getting the role of smaller states and regions recognised in the text of the treaty that was signed there.
Before becoming an MP she worked as a campaigner for Friends of the Earth and a special adviser to the Welsh government on cutting emissions.