UK NEWS: UK Prime Minister praises India’s ‘amazing solar movement’ at climate summit

In his inaugural address, previously announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi between nearly 70 world leaders and governments, the British prime minister reaffirmed the UK’s promise to completely reduce fuel dependence.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has praised India’s “incredible” performance in the field of solar energy, warning that the crisis facing the earth from climate change is far more destructive than coronavirus.

Johnson made the remarks in a speech at the Climate Change Summit this weekend, co-hosted by the UK to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Paris climate agreement.

In his inaugural address, previously announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi between nearly 70 world leaders and governments, the British prime minister reaffirmed the UK’s promise to completely reduce fuel dependence.

“We are still in the process of making a big solar eclipse, although we cannot hope to emulate the best of India, Australia or Morocco,” he said.

“Today, we are setting foot on the accelerator – in a carbon-friendly manner – for the Ten Point Points of the Green Industrial Revolution. We want to transform the UK into Saudi Arabia to produce wind energy, enough air by 2030 to provide electricity to all our homes.

The summit, held as a prelude to the UK’s holding of the UN General Assembly in COP26 in November 2021, included addresses urging the world economy to “stop attacking” on the planet and increase its desire to reduce greenhouse gases. . UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned leaders that the world is facing a “catastrophic” temperature of 3 degrees Celsius, urging them to declare a state of emergency in their countries until they remain neutral.

“Have we made any progress at this conference? The answer to this is: “Yes,” said Alok Sharma, Secretary of State for Business and President of COP26.

“But they will also ask, have we done enough to put the earth in line to reduce temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius, and to protect people and the environment from the effects of climate change? Making the Paris Agreement a reality. Friends, we must be honest with ourselves, the answer to this, for now: no. It is encouraging to all this desire. It is not enough, ”he said.

Earlier on Saturday, Johnson said advances in renewable energy technologies “will save our planet and create millions of high-skilled jobs” as the UK announces the end of funding the overseas fuel sector. Described as a milestone over the past four years, the UK government has funded UK pounds of 21 kilograms of oil and gas exported by promoting trade and export spending The new policy will be implemented after a short period of consultation and intended to come into force as soon as possible before COP26 next year.

“Together we can use scientific advances to protect our entire planet – our planet – from the worst, most destructive, and even coronavirus challenge. With the power of promethean innovation, we can begin to protect the Earth from global warming, ”said Johnson.

The UK has recently announced a new commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 68% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels. The UK says this means that its National Determined Contribution (NDC) under the Paris Climate Agreement is now among the world’s top countries and is committed to reducing pollution at one of the fastest rates in any major economy.

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