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pointed out "Glasgow Agreement" is not enough, warn of climate catastrophe
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres admitted in a statement released after the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change, or Kop26, on November 14, AFP reported. On the 13th of November that The Glasgow Agreement was concluded at the last minute of that meeting. It's just the result of a compromise. It reflects the conflicting differences in interests and current world political status.
The UN secretary pointed out that such agreement “It's an important step. but still not enough”, stating that "Our fragile world hangs by a thread" and cautions that “We are still standing and knocking on the door to climate catastrophe.”
Mr Guterres later called on Twitter to young people, indigenous communities, women leaders who had previously led the call for "Climate Action": "I know you all might be disappointed. But we are still in the middle of fighting for our own lives. And this fight must be won.”
Greta Thunberg, an environmental activist known worldwide. attacking this meeting that ended up with empty words
“The Kop26 meeting is over, here's the summary of the meeting. Blah..Blah..Blah But the real work continues outside the conference room. And we never quit, never.”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hosted this meeting. still insist that Glasgow meeting results It's a big step forward, but admits there's still a lot more to do in the years to come.
“Today's agreement is a big step forward. We were able to reach an international agreement for the first time to reduce the use of coal. And there are action plans that will lead to limiting global temperature rise above 1.5 degrees Celsius.”