Scotland is making real progress, says Sturgeon at Cop27

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Scotland was "making real progress" on reducing emissions, as she spoke at a New York Times event at the Cop27 climate summit. At the summit Ms Sturgeon said the Scottish Government would commit £5 million to help developing countries mitigate the "gender impact of loss and damage" due to climate change. RESTRICTIONS The following permissions apply: This permission grants you a nonexclusive, one-time right to use (at no charge) of the NYT video footage provided for use, solely in conjunction with coverage of The New York Times Climate Forward Conversations event for editorial purposes only. The footage comes with a mandatory onscreen credit (“© The New York Times”) for the duration of the use, and online uses must include the same credit and link to The video footage can be rebroadcast or published online as part of the segment that includes the interview with The New York Times guest. The video footage cannot be used outside of the context of the interview. Also, you may not use or archive the footage separately from the interview, or authorize others to use the video footage except in-context as part of the program including the segment, unless you license it.