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G-20 Summit Declaration Committed On Commit To Tackle Urgent Threat Of Climate Change

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Glasgow

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 11:00 PM IST

Summary

The leaders of the grouping at the summit said that the G20 countries, including India, are committed to tackling the immediate threat of climate change. The G20 leaders said they would reduce the impact of climate change, climate adaptation and increase funding.

On Sunday, the last day of the summit of the G20, a grouping of the world’s largest economies, leaders said the G20 countries, including India, are committed to tackling the immediate threat of climate change. The G20 leaders said they would reduce the impact of climate change, climate adaptation and increase funding. At the summit, the G20 countries reiterated the old promise of rich countries to raise $100 billion annually to help poor countries combat climate change, and pledged to increase finance to help them adapt to climate change. The convention recognizes the relevance of ‘net zero greenhouse gas emissions’ or ‘carbon neutrality’ by about the middle of the century.

In addition, the leaders of the G20 thanked healthcare and frontline workers, international organizations, scientists for their efforts to deal with the corona epidemic. The leaders said the G20 countries, including India, agreed to strengthen the common response to the pandemic and pave the way for global recovery focusing on the most vulnerable. In the conference, the vaccine against the epidemic was described as the most important and it was said that vaccination is the only way to deal with this global epidemic.

At the conference, the G20 countries agreed to make efforts to achieve the global targets of immunization of at least 40 percent of the population by the end of 2021 and 70 percent of the population by the middle of 2022. The conference also announced that the G20 nations are committed to achieving food security and adequate nutrition for all. No one will back down in this matter. In addition, the G20 leaders agreed on efforts to resume international travel in a safe and orderly manner. The G20 leaders announced that we look forward to meeting again in Indonesia in 2022, India in 2023 and Brazil in 2024.

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On Sunday, the last day of the summit of the G20, a grouping of the world’s largest economies, leaders said the G20 countries, including India, are committed to tackling the immediate threat of climate change. The G20 leaders said they would reduce the impact of climate change, climate adaptation and increase funding. At the summit, the G20 countries reiterated the old promise of rich countries to raise $100 billion annually to help poor countries combat climate change, and pledged to increase finance to help them adapt to climate change. The convention recognizes the relevance of ‘net zero greenhouse gas emissions’ or ‘carbon neutrality’ by about the middle of the century.

In addition, the leaders of the G20 thanked healthcare and frontline workers, international organizations, scientists for their efforts to deal with the corona epidemic. The leaders said the G20 countries, including India, agreed to strengthen the common response to the pandemic and pave the way for global recovery focusing on the most vulnerable. In the conference, the vaccine against the epidemic was described as the most important and it was said that vaccination is the only way to deal with this global epidemic.

At the conference, the G20 countries agreed to make efforts to achieve the global targets of immunization of at least 40 percent of the population by the end of 2021 and 70 percent of the population by the middle of 2022. The conference also announced that the G20 nations are committed to achieving food security and adequate nutrition for all. No one will back down in this matter. In addition, the G20 leaders agreed on efforts to resume international travel in a safe and orderly manner. The G20 leaders announced that we look forward to meeting again in Indonesia in 2022, India in 2023 and Brazil in 2024.

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