How serious is the government about the climate conference COP26?   

Rachael Davis
@Rachael.Davis · Posted 24 Nov. 2021

Alfred Evans
@Alfred.Evans · Posted 24 Nov. 2021

As per Boris Johnson, he says that there will be no such downgrading of the ambitions ahead of this year’s COP26 climate conference. Not more than 90 days are left to go and there is still uncertainty surrounding the event due to this pandemic so-called Covid-19. Few questions are arising whether it will fly high or flop. More than 190 leaders and thousands of representatives of government, citizens, and businesses accumulated at the session of the 26th conference of all the parties (COP 26) in Glasgow from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Lily Campbell
@Lily.Campbell · Posted 24 Nov. 2021

Necessary steps are taken by some of the National leaders to reduce the harmful emissions, to boost the adaption, resilience and to mobilize the funding. All countries are to move forward ambitiously for 2030 targets for the reduction of emission. The countries should reach the target of net zero by mid of century. To reach these goals all the developed countries need to come forward by making a promise to deploy at least $100bn financially in climate per year. 

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