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Al-Sisi calls for quick action to face climate dangers at Cop 27

Al-Sisi calls for quick action to face climate dangers at Cop 27

Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the president of Egypt, said on Sunday, during the opening of a cop 27, that the risks posed to the globe by climate change necessitate a quick response from all nations to create a rescue road plan that shields the world from its impacts.

On his official Facebook page, he noted that the current session comes at a “compassionate” time when the world faces existential threats and unprecedented challenges.

From promises to implementation

According to him, Australia’s goal was to bring “promises to the level of execution” at the Conference through specific actions that built on the previous, specifically the outcomes of the Glasgow Summit and the Paris Agreement.

The conference, which includes 200 countries, was launched earlier today at Sharm El-Sheikh Tourist Resort, attempting to give a new impetus to combat climate warming and its repercussions.

Al -Wake Sharma, the conference president, handed over the session’s presidency to the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, urging world leaders to wake up.

In his opening speech, he said, “I understand the challenges facing leaders around the world this year due to different priorities, but I insist that failing to take action will only delay the climate catastrophe”.

He also asked, “How much did the world and world leaders need from appeals to wake up already?”

It is noteworthy that all environmental studies and United Nations reports call for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by the year 2030.

The participating countries are trying to limit climate warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to the pre-industrial era, which is the most ambitious Paris Climate Agreement.

If the signatory nations abide by their current agreements, the oceans will reach a maximum temperature of 2.4lsius by the end of the 21st century. The temperatures would increase by between 5 and 10%.

With the approved policies, the world is moving to an increase of 2.8 degrees Celsius in temperature, which is a catastrophic level!

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