The Ukraine war is the reason to act faster to tackle climate change, though the UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak as make comments for UN climate summit COP27.

“UN Climate and energy security will handle,” he also said for the first international appearance since he took the office.

Sone leaders from 120 countries visit Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt to discuss next steps to curb climate change.

The key topics is compensation and support for most affected countris.

Sir Sunak said that “though puting abhor war in Ukraine and risings energy prices across the world it will not be the reason that will make slow of climate change. This is the reason that we need to act faster”.

He also said that, we can leave our children greener planet and a more prosperous future because their is a lot Room for hope really is”.

With some numerous speeches, the leaders asked the richest countries to make them stays and course to stop further climate change, because the war really shake the foundation of Ukraine and global financial problems.

Most of the Nations for the front line of climate change lay out the stark impacts of higher temperatures, drought, and floods on people and the environment.

The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on the summit. “Because we are in the highway to climate hell with our foots on the accelerators”.

Because the former US vice-president and environmentalist Al Gore echoes louder stark warning that must of the Nations should “stop to be subside with the culture of death” of fossil fuels.

The French President Emmanuel Macron speaks with power, I beg all the world leaders to deliver climate justice.

Even the former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was also present in Egypt and said that the country shouldn’t ” be weak and wobbly or feeble” on climate action. 

The German Chancellor Olaf Scholz also said that they should switch to renewable energy “because one security policy imperative”, while the Italy new prime minister Giorgia Meloni said her is still remain “strongly committed” to meet up climate goals.

The US President Joe Biden will attend the summit on Friday, while John Kerry the special envoy for the climate, was already present there.

Even though the Swedish campaigners Greta Thunberg was staying away from the summit, because after she accuse the UN of “green-washing”, many others youth activists is with Sharm el-Sheikh.

Some of them said that through out the day, though the fact is that the summit take place for Africa, even one continent that they extremely vulnerable to climate change, was continue repeated through out the day.

The Kenyan President William Ruto has said that time is very crucial or essence: ” because further delay may make us busy spectators as distress or calamity wipes out lives and livelihoods.”

He also said that, even up to 700 million people for Africa Will be suffering due to lack of water by 2030.

Even on Tuesday the leaders with number of other developing countries that has particularly vulnerable to the impact of climate change will give speeches. 

And also the Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif of Pakistan, where flood kill over 1,700 people recently , and Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, that make statements on behalf of the Alliance of their Small Island States. 

The COP27 open on Sunday with one warning from the UN that our planet was “send one distress or calamity signal”.

Some of the report that the UN World Meteorological Organization release shows that the past eight years they have track to be the warmest on record. 

Since last year summit for Glasgow a number of pledges or people agreed that:

  • They will “phase down” the use of coal – with one of the most polluting fossil fuels
  • They will stop deforestation by 2030
  • They will also cut methane emissions by 30 percent by 2030
  • They will submit new climate action plans to the UN 

Because developing nations was demanding that they have not seen any finance record commitments that will developed the country and they promise and they have asked them to redeem their promise. 


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