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According to BBC information, the Climate Vulnerability Forum (CVF) stressed that all countries should agree to take radical action to avoid a “climate catastrophe” at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) , which is expected to be held in Glasgow, England.
Ahead of the conference, CVF released a paper on the issues that need to be addressed at the conference to keep the planet safe and protect the most vulnerable countries.
Progress on climate change has stalled and COP26 must be done with the “climate emergency agreement” agenda, according to the press release.
In this context, it was clarified that if each country should propose a new climate plan every year until 2025, from this year, the signatories of the Paris Agreement are only required to propose new plans every year. five years.
On the other hand, it has been stated that rich countries must meet their obligations to provide climate finance of $ 100 billion per year during the period 2020-24.
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Vulnerable countries should use the money to reduce carbon and adapt to the threat posed by rising temperatures.
DEFERRED DEMAND FROM ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS
Environmental groups have suggested the meeting be postponed on the grounds that vaccine distribution is unfair and delegates from poorer countries will face huge bills for quarantine hotels upon arrival in the UK.
However, the CVF reported that member states insisted that the meeting be held and called for support to ensure inclusive participation.
The UK government responded to these calls by agreeing to pay the quarantine hotel costs of any delegate, observer or member of the media from a developing country.
Many countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Pacific are members of the CVP.
The CVF has played a key role in convincing many countries to keep rising global temperatures below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
In less than two months, leaders from many countries around the world are expected to meet in Glasgow for COP26.
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