In order to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement, the governments have undertaken tasks to reduce CO2 emissions, supply their energy demand from green and clean energy sources and improve efficiency. Although they pledged to carry out their tasks and partly take some steps towards fulfilling them, these steps are not enough. The goal was to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius relative to pre-industrial levels in 1991.
As an example, in our recent post, we stated that China wants to build more coal power plants as a pioneer of climate activist nations. This is in contrast with the well-known face of China in recent years, as a place where the largest cumulative solar installation in the world has been installed.
On the other, people, especially young environmentalists and climate activists, have been organizing campaigns & demonstrations to make decision-makers aware of how their daily policies are against environmental goals & in favor of fossil fuel lobbies. This resulted that the UK Parliament declared “Climate Change Emergency” in May 2019. However, most governments have developed a deep sense of ignoring environmental concerns. This has been followed by many warnings from various UN institutions that we are running out of time and reaching the point of no return in the climate change crisis. “COP25: UN chief, Guterres, says world risks ‘sleepwalking past point of no return’ unless immediate action is taken on climate change”.
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