Campaigners at Greenpeace have welcomed a new UN deal on climate change, saying it was a good first step.
Charity chiefs also urged Prime Minister David Cameron to ensure action is taken to help meet the terms of the deal - and turn his back on the fossil fuel industry.
The glass is half full not half empty, but who is paying for the next round is the key question.
Will it be the fossil fuel industry that now has to be phased out or people across the globe who will ultimately pick up the tab if there is lack of action following the successful climate talks?
The recent floods in Cumbria have shown the answer has consequences for Britain. Now it's David Cameron's turn to decide whose side is he on - the old polluters who caused the problem or the new renewable technologies that have just been given a shot in the arm.
George Osborne was warned he could be breaking law with cuts to investment in renewable and green energy
Prime Minister David Cameron has welcomed the final approval on an historic international deal to tackle climate change.
WWF-UK's chief executive, David Nussbaum, writes for ITV News after the release of the final draft of the Paris Agreement on climate change.