Worst Disaster lurks, UN Ensures Earth Enters Critical Phase

NEW YORK – The United Nations (UN) issued a strong warning that Earth is entering a critical phase. And the earth will experience an average temperature increase of up to 2.7 degrees Celsius.

As reported by UNEP, Thursday (28/10/2021), the warning was issued by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) a few days before the COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Efforts to reduce carbon pollution are seen as weak and ‘unfulfilled promises’.

UNEP Executive Director Inger Anderson said the G20 countries were responsible for 78 percent of all emissions.

“Developed countries are responsible for the increase and in fact all 193 member countries are doing it,” he said.

According to Anderson, urgent action needs to be taken now that most countries have pledged to postpone the issue until 2030.

Obviously, the situation is too late and the worst damage will be done as a result of climate change.

The COP26 conference is the final opportunity to put the world on track to limit warming levels to 1.5 Celsius above pre-industrial levels.

Scientists explain the effort could help prevent change worst disaster such as hurricanes, wildfires, and floods around the world.