UN sparks red weather alert

Last Monday (9), was published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) a resolution on climate change that reinforces the importance of choosing for energies that come from clean and renewable sources, especially at the current time of environmental crisis. In the midst of this, António Guterres, secretary-general of the United Nations (UN), called for no coal plant to be built from next year, as the use of polluting materials could further worsen the current situation of environmental imbalance.

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of England (home of the COP26 climate conference in November), believes that "the next decade will be decisive for the future of our planet." Johnson said that "we know what needs to be done to limit global warming: relegate coal to oblivion and switch to renewable energy sources, protect nature, and finance the climate."

The meeting will take place in the penultimate month of the year and is based on the published report that also warns of the possible threat to humanity, which is at risk of suffering from unprecedented disasters. The meeting should be guided by possible solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. "If we join forces now, we can avoid the climate catastrophe. But as today's report clearly indicates, there is no time and no room for excuses," Guterres said.

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