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COP 27 – the risk of climate summit becoming a stalemate

 The UN climate summit to be held this November in Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt
will be a crunch moment. As hosts of COP26, the UK holds the presidency of
COP for the next year, so over the next 11 months it will be Alok
Sharma’s job to persuade weary nations that they need to draw up fresh
climate plans once more. The COP president faces an uphill struggle:
Australia, New Zealand and the EU have already signalled they are unlikely
to play ball, and without concessions from richer countries, developing
nations such as China and India will be reluctant to deliver more. The risk
of COP27 resulting in a climate stalemate, while the world watches 1.5°C
slip out of reach, is high.

 iNews 1st Jan 2022

January 3, 2022 - Posted by | 2 WORLD, climate change

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