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Developed Nations Failed To Meet Yearly Usd 100 Billion Support Goal: Environment Min At Cop 26 – Glasgow Cop 26 Conference

PTI, Glasgow

Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Mon, 01 Nov 2021 04:40 PM IST

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Union minister Yadav is representing India at the UN conference on climate change that began on Sunday. He made this statement on behalf of the Basic Group of Countries – Brazil, India, South Africa and China at the opening session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26).

Union Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav
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Union Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav slammed the developed countries at the International Climate Conference COP 26 released in Glasgow, UK. Yadav said that these countries have not only failed to meet the target of 100 billion dollars every year to the developing countries since 2009. Despite this, they are still calling it their ambitious target by 2025.

Union minister Yadav is representing India at the UN conference on climate change that began on Sunday. He made this statement on behalf of the Basic Group of Countries – Brazil, India, South Africa and China at the opening session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26). Yadav gave this information by tweeting about this.

He said that while developed countries have failed to deliver on their promises, developing countries including Basic Countries are continuing their actions towards climate change at a rapid pace since 2009. Developed countries do not have the same ambition for climate finance resources.

The Union Environment Minister arrived in Glasgow on 29 October to participate in the ‘United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’ (UNFCCC) COP26 Conference on Climate Change. It is headed by Britain. The conference will continue till November 12. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also participating in it. He will address leaders of nearly 200 countries.

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Union Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav slammed the developed countries at the International Climate Conference COP 26 released in Glasgow, UK. Yadav said that these countries have not only failed to meet the target of 100 billion dollars every year to the developing countries since 2009. Despite this, they are still calling it their ambitious target by 2025.

Union minister Yadav is representing India at the UN conference on climate change that began on Sunday. He made this statement on behalf of the Basic Group of Countries – Brazil, India, South Africa and China at the opening session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26). Yadav gave this information by tweeting about this.

He said that while developed countries have failed to deliver on their promises, developing countries including Basic Countries are continuing their actions towards climate change at a rapid pace since 2009. Developed countries do not have the same ambition for climate finance resources.

The Union Environment Minister arrived in Glasgow on 29 October to participate in the ‘United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’ (UNFCCC) COP26 Conference on Climate Change. It is headed by Britain. The conference will continue till November 12. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also participating in it. He will address leaders of nearly 200 countries.

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