United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in his speech at the climate change summit. For world leaders to take action to avoid global warming, He said they should declare a “climate emergency”.
In his speech at the climate change summit, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres once again drew attention to global warming.
“Does anyone deny that we are still facing a dramatic emergency,” Guterres asked world leaders to declare a “climate emergency”? Therefore, today, all leaders around the world will be, I urge you to declare a Climate Emergency in their countries ”
Guterres, the economic rescue packages launched after the coronavirus outbreak. He said there is an opportunity to accelerate the transition to a low carbon future. But he warned that this was not happening fast enough. Guterres continued his speech as follows:
“G20 members spend 50 percent more than low-carbon energy on sectors linked to fossil fuel production and consumption in incentive and recovery packages. This is not acceptable. The trillions of dollars needed to get rid of the corona virus is the money we borrowed from future generations. We cannot use these resources to leave future generations with a pile of debt on a degraded planet. “