UK Session Organizer 26 United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) I issued an “urgent call” for global action in response to the recent IReport of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Which warns of irreversible damage to the planet and serious future consequences if measures are not taken in time.
“The report from a factual reading, it is clear that The next decade will be essential to ensuring the future of our planet. We know what to do to curb global warming: Leave coal in history and switch to clean energy sources, Protecting nature and providing climate finance to countries on the front lines,” the UK Prime Minister said, Boris Johnson.
Johnson emphasized that his country had already begun to take action and that the economy was “decarbonizing” “faster than any G-20 country” in the past two decades.
“I hope today’s IPCC report will be a wake-up call for the world to act nowbefore we meet in Glasgow in November for the COP26 summit.”
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Alok Sharma, head policeman, negotiated with governments and companies to increase global climate ambition and take immediate action to help halve global emissions over the next decade, along the lines of Paris Agreement.
Our message to every country, government, company and part of society is simple. The next decade is crucial, follow the flag and Accept your responsibility to keep the 1.5°C target alive.”Sharma said.
The IPCC report reveals that the Earth already has irreparable damage that will manifest itself in extreme natural phenomena for the next millennia and attributes these consequences to human actions.
It also warns that the world has tripled in temperature rise due in part to the emission of greenhouse gases. @worldly
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