Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned the United Nations that the world’s largest economies are “not close enough” to tackle climate change and help the poorest escape from destruction.
Prior to the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, the United Kingdom has set stricter goals for reducing climate emissions in large middle-income countries such as Brazil, China, Mexico and Turkey, and new to developing countries. We are asking you to provide funding.
Joe Biden is expected to spend more money on the green transition in the United States. This is a move that Western nations want to set an example for the less prosperous members of the G20.
With the exception of the wealthiest countries that make up the G7, Argentina is considered the only member to fulfill its climate responsibility.
At the “Climate Roundtable” in New York, the Prime Minister said: “Everyone nods, we all agree that we have to do something. Still, I find that the” something “that many of you have committed is not close enough. I confess that I am dissatisfied.
“It is the world’s largest economy that is causing the problem, and the smallest one is suffering from the worst consequences. And while progress is being made around the world, what is promised is actually offered. The gap between what is and what needs to happen remains vast. “
Looking forward to COP26, Johnson said:
“The world will look, your people will remember, history will judge. So you can look away, you can do the bare minimum, you are enough for the crocodile You can expect it to devour you in the end if you feed it, or you can exercise leadership. “
Minister Alok Sharma, who chairs the Glasgow Summit, described this week’s UN rally as “one of the steps on the road to the COP itself” and selected the G20 government as the main culprit.
He emphasized the need for funding to back up emission targets, he told reporters: “You can make a plan, but without cash, the plan won’t work.”
When the Prime Minister flew to New York over the weekend, he said the chances of reaching the $ 100 billion climate-funded target were only “six-tenths,” but Biden said on Tuesday that Biden was his own UN. I was able to make a major presentation on this issue in a speech at the General Assembly.
“We’re going to do that, and I think the United States will play that role,” said John Kerry, US President’s Special Envoy for Climate.