Warnings For World Leaders On Climate At COP26, United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021
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The United Nations Climate Change Conference occurs this year in Glasgow, Scotland, between October 31 to November 12, 2021. More details presented from the excerpt in wikipedia, in italics, below:
The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference. It is being held in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, between 31 October and 12 November 2021, under the presidency of Alok Sharma. The conference is the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the third meeting of the parties to the Paris Agreement.
This conference is the first time since COP21 that parties are expected to commit to enhanced ambition towards mitigating climate change. Parties are required to carry out every five years, as outlined in the Paris Agreement, a process colloquially known as the ‘ratchet mechanism’ to give new national pledges.
“To have any chance of keeping below 1.5 degrees of global warming, we need to value the services that healthy forests can provide” – David Attenborough in this film on forests & land use at the UN Climate Change conference 2021 (COP26), in the video published on Nov 2, 2021, “#COP26: Forests and Land-Use Narrated by David Attenborough“, below:
Watch full coverage from Glasgow as the COP26 climate conference takes place. Today is finance day at COP and financial firms that control around 40% of global assets will align themselves to the Paris Agreement 1.5C warming limit, Chancellor Rishi Sunak says, in the video streamed on Nov. 3, 2021, “Watch live: Full coverage of the COP26 summit“, below:
Hosted by planetSHINE founder and CEO, Rachel McClelland and Scottish entrepreneur and Prickly Thistle founder, Clare Campbell, The Voiceless Revolution will be an entertaining, inspiring and inclusive mix of real talk, in the video to be streamed starting on Nov 3, 2021, at 2:30 pm, “The Voiceless Revolution“, below:
This year’s COP26 summit could be a landmark moment in bringing climate change under control. World leaders gather in Glasgow, U.K., to set out goals that may lead to substantial changes in our everyday lives. Objectives around a faster switch to EVs, discontinuing coal power and slowing down deforestation could come out of the meeting, as well as more concrete rules to implement the 2015 Paris Agreement. Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua leads coverage across all the latest developments at this year’s COP26 summit, in the video published on Nov. 1, 2021, “COP26 Climate Summit: Special Report, Day 1“, below:
ABC News’ David Muir reports from Glasgow on Day 1 of the massive climate summit and what to expect from the world leaders who are attending, in the video published on Nov 1, 2021, “COP26 global climate summit gets underway | GMA“, below:
The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP26, begins in Glasgow, Scotland, where more than 100 countries will try to hash out a way to tackle Earth’s worsening climate emergency. Crystal Goomansingh looks at the demand for world leaders to take more meaningful action instead of just dishing out hollow promises. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged a cap on oil and gas emissions at the summit. But as Mike Le Couteur explains, environmental advocates are not impressed with Canada’s climate goals. As the world moves away from fossil fuels, Alberta’s oil producers say they want to be part of the climate solution, with plans to reach net-zero emissions and transition to renewable energy. Heather Yourex-West looks at whether the province’s oil-centric economy is ready for change, in the video published on Nov 1, 2021, “Global National: Nov. 1, 2021| Stark warnings for world leaders on climate as COP26 gets underway“, below:
As the temperature of our planet continues to go up, there will be more and more climate refugees throughout the planet. In addition to needing our national and international policy addressing the issue of these climate refugees, all of us living on this planet need to do every thing within our individual power to help bring down the global temperature by: using solar and wind energy and other renewable energy, driving or riding in electrical vehicle, wasting less food, eating more locally grown food, reducing waste, recycling more, reusing more, and planting more trees.
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