The draft advertisement, which was published on Wednesday, consists of seven pages. It not only obligates countries to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, but also calls for strengthening activities aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions by the end of 2022.

The document also stresses that countries must develop and submit long-term plans to achieve net zero emissions by the end of 2022.. Countries should also move away from coal and fossil fuels faster, according to a PAP report.

COP26. The declaration calls for the promotion of emissions reduction targets. There is only one problem

According to the PAP, the document proposes to hold a round table with ministers responsible for climate issues every 12 months by 2030. It will be devoted to the topic of combating global warming. The first of these round tables will be held as early as 2022. Just before the next conference, which is likely to be held in Egypt.

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In the document adopted on Wednesday, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was asked to convene a meeting of leaders of the world’s most important countries in 2023. It is to analyze the extent to which countries have implemented a coal rollback policy.


The declaration also makes clear that countries most vulnerable to the effects of global warming should receive greater financial support to deal with the necessary transition.

PAP notes that activists are criticizing the document adopted during COP26 in Glasgow. Maintaining a temperature rise of 1.5°C above the level prior to the beginning of the industrial era would require reducing carbon dioxide emissions worldwide by up to 45 percent. Which is 2030. In addition, countries should aim to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Therefore, the focus should be on any action now, not on long-term plans.

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– This draft agreement is not a plan to solve the climate crisis, it is an agreement that we will keep our fingers intertwined together and hope for the best, Jennifer Morgan of Greenpeace International, quoted by the Palestinian News Agency, said.


Boris Johnson returned to Glasgow on Wednesday. The British prime minister wants to encourage negotiators to take more decisive action to fight global warming. COP26 will run through Friday.