Fossil fuel production around the world is more than double what's currently allowed under the Paris climate agreement. According to a new report from the United Nations, governments need to cut production of coal, oil, and gas by more than half in the coming decade to even have a chance of keeping global warming from reaching dangerous levels. Amy Harder, executive editor of Cipher, a publication by Breakthrough Energy, joined Cheddar to discuss the findings of the report. She also previewed the upcoming COP26 climate summit in Glasgow and its potential outcomes.