Least developed countries tell rich countries to reduce emissions
A coalition of 100 Least Developed Countries (LDCs) expresses concern about the slow speed at which developed countries are fulfilling their promises to reverse economic growth Climate crisisThe Least Developed Countries Group hopes that wealthier countries will commit to more specific climate mitigation measures at the Cop26 summit later this year.
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COP26 will be the most important climate meeting since the 2015 Paris Agreement. United KingdomIt is expected that this meeting will bring world leaders together to discuss key climate issues that may determine the future of the world. The leaders of Cop26’s LDC group are already discussing their concerns about the lack of commitment to climate action in developed countries.
Bhutan’s Sonam P. Wangdi, Chairman of the Least Developed Countries Cop26 Group, said: “Although it is understandable that Covid has made the headlines, climate change has been deteriorating in the past year because Emissions Continue to rise, and the lives and livelihoods of the frontline are affected. “Wang Di added: “Our fragile country doesn’t ask too much-it’s just that the rich country that caused this problem takes on the responsibility of reducing emissions and keeps its promise to help those who are harmed by emissions. “
The Least Developed Countries Group has issued five requirements, which call on wealthy governments to strengthen national emission reduction plans and provide developing countries with US$100 billion in “climate financing” each year. Paris Agreement In order to fully play a role. One of the main topics of Cop26 will be the failure of developed countries to fulfill their 2009 pledge to provide poverty-stricken countries with US$100 billion annually by 2020.
“Developed countries are currently not strengthening or fulfilling their commitments to provide climate financing obligations. Like any negotiation, you need to believe that the promise will be fulfilled,” the chairman said. Africa Tanguy Gahouma-Bekale, Gabonese negotiator.
Some developed countries, such as the United Kingdom, even reduced their support for poor countries. This week, members of Parliament voted to cut Britain’s foreign aid by one-third, from 0.7% of GDP to 0.5%.
The leaders of the least developed countries stated that these actions showed a lack of responsibility.They asked the richest country in the world to be Pollution Because they are the source of most of the global emissions.
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