British ministers often call for their climate strategy to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions as world leader by 2050. But in reality this is often not promises and very decisive action, and one thing to note now is that the British are heading to COP26 for the upcoming climate summit. The results can be summarized when the British Climate Change Committee, the equivalent of the Climate Change Committee, released its report on British climate policy on Thursday.
According to the report, the British government does not yet support its net zero target with realistic and ambitious action plans. According to the Climate Change Committee, current measures are only enough for one-fifth of the emissions reductions to be achieved by 2035. It is completely independent of the UK’s decision in 2019 on a zero-emission target. Decided on different types of climate funding.
According to the British Climate Commission, it is understandable that Covid-19 has caused delays, but now the UN is in Glasgow starting on October 31st. All of the various green strategies promised before the climate summit should be launched. Without these strategies, the overall net-zero strategy would not do its job, the Climate Change Committee said.
“Do it right, Britain’s action will be echoed. Be slow and careful. Opportunity will slip out of our hands. From now until COP26, the world expects childbirth, not promises,” said Lord Debben, the group’s chairman.
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