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Big Win For India In Cop26, Changes Made At The Last Minute Of The Agreement Of Un Climate Summit

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Sun, 14 Nov 2021 09:21 AM IST

Summary

India included coal in the ‘Phase Down’ instead of ‘Phase Out’ at the end of the agreement.

India has won a major diplomatic victory in the United Nations Climate Change Conference Cop26. During this agreement on global warming during the conference, India was able to convince 200 countries at the last minute that instead of phasing out the use of coal, its use should be reduced in a phased manner. India included coal in the ‘Phase Down’ instead of ‘Phase Out’ at the end of the agreement. After this, India also supported the resolution of COP26, which was passed by 200 countries.

Aiming to achieve 1.5°C temperature
The agreement aims to reduce global warming to 1.5 °C. In this, India and China were able to convince other countries of the world to reduce their use instead of phasing out coal and fossil fuels at the last minute. Under the Glasgow Climate Agreement, all countries agreed to revisit their existing emissions targets by 2030.

we need to do a lot
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres may have described the UN Climate Change Conference as a big step, but he has also warned the growing world from the climate crisis. At the same time, US climate chief John Kerry said that this agreement is not final in the direction of climate change. We still need to do a lot.

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India has won a major diplomatic victory in the United Nations Climate Change Conference Cop26. During this agreement on global warming during the conference, India was able to convince 200 countries at the last minute that instead of phasing out the use of coal, its use should be reduced in a phased manner. India included coal in the ‘Phase Down’ instead of ‘Phase Out’ at the end of the agreement. After this, India also supported the resolution of COP26, which was passed by 200 countries.

Aiming to achieve 1.5°C temperature

The agreement aims to reduce global warming to 1.5 °C. In this, India and China were able to convince other countries of the world to reduce their use instead of phasing out coal and fossil fuels at the last minute. Under the Glasgow Climate Agreement, all countries agreed to revisit their existing emissions targets by 2030.

we need to do a lot

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres may have described the UN Climate Change Conference as a big step, but he has also warned the growing world from the climate crisis. At the same time, US climate chief John Kerry said that this agreement is not final in the direction of climate change. We still need to do a lot.

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