The shadow of failure at the World Environment Conference
The shadow of failure at the World Environment Conference|At the World Environment Conference COP25, the differences and divisions between rich and poor countries are clear, with differences in issues such as environmental funding and cooperation rules. Environmental organizations say the draft targets set at this conference are jeopardizing the goals set at the Paris Environment Summit in 2015. Climate change, Pakistan.
India The devastating effects of climate change. The conference, called COP25, which began on December 2, had to end on Friday, after the last two weeks, but negotiations continued late last night due to a lack of consensus on many issues. Negotiators are trying not to fail the conference. Sources say the differences between the various countries in the process of dealing with the environmental crisis are very clear and one important issue is who will provide the investors to deal with the environmental challenges? The final draft of this global conference hosted by Chile has raised objections from a number of fast-developing and poor countries. The conference is attended by delegates from over 200 countries in the world, who are seeking to implement a plan for implementation of the World Environmental Agreement signed in Paris in 2015. The agreement stipulated that the ground temperature be restricted to a two-degree increase. Scientists say measures to protect the earth’s atmosphere from time to time are slowly eroding, and if immediate and concrete measures are not taken on this issue, ground temperatures will lose a life. And then it cannot be returned to improvement. The United Nations said this year that restricting the rise in ground temperature to one degree five degrees centigrade would reduce harmful gas emissions by seven percent by 2030.