Draft agreement calls for stronger CO2 reduction targets by the end of 2022 – sport news football96

Countries are urged to step up their CO2 savings targets by the end of 2022 in a draft agreement published at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.

The document states that vulnerable nations must receive more aid to deal with the deadly effects of global warming.

It also states that countries should come up with long-term strategies to achieve net zero by the end of next year.

Critics say the draft pact does not go far enough, but others welcomed its focus on the 1.5C target.

The document published by the UK presidency of COP26 needs to be negotiated and agreed by the countries participating in the talks.

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A little consolation for developing countries

The document may only be seven pages long, but it seeks to steer COP26 toward a number of important steps that will prevent global temperatures from rising above 1.5 ° C this century.

Perhaps the most important part of this is getting countries to improve their carbon reduction plans.

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To this end, this draft decision calls on the parties to “reconsider the targets for 2030 in their nationally determined contributions and strengthen them insofar as this is necessary to bring the temperature target of the Paris Agreement into line by the end of 2022”.

It will be interesting to see how countries like China, India, Brazil and Saudi Arabia respond to this call to put new plans on the table by the end of next year.

For developing countries it is reassuring to see that their financial needs are being recognized, as countries are being asked to provide climate finance “over 100 billion in support from 2025.

Loss and damage, a key issue for developing countries, is included in the draft to encourage richer countries to step up their policies and assistance, including funding for poorer countries.

The document also calls on countries to accelerate the coal phase-out and fossil fuel subsidies – but there are no set dates or targets on the matter. Activists will applaud the inclusion and hope it survives in the final text.

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Scientists have warned that a temperature rise to 1.5 ° C – beyond which the worst effects of climate change will be felt – will require reducing global emissions by 45% by 2030 and totaling zero by mid-century.

The draft agreement provides for an annual high-level ministerial round table on ambitions before 2030, starting with next year’s COP conference, which is likely to take place in Egypt.

To further underscore the importance of the 2030 target, she also calls on UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to convene world leaders in 2023 to see how the efforts develop.

David Waskow of the World Resources Institute said there would be resistance to the idea of ​​returning with new plans from a number of countries next year.

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“When it comes to reviewing and strengthening goals, there are certainly parties that have pushed back, the Saudis and Russians have said that very clearly, others have been less blunt,” he said.

“The other countries that are pushing back are many of the endangered countries, which often do not make up that high percentage of global emissions or have very limited resources to develop nationally determined contributions and then implement them.”

“Cross your fingers and hope”
Loss and damage – a key issue for developing countries – was included in the draft, with richer countries encouraged to step up their policies and support, including funding for poorer countries.

But activists said these parts of the text were weak and essentially a “tick-off exercise”.

The document also calls on countries to accelerate the coal phase-out and fossil fuel subsidies – but there are no set dates or targets on this issue.

“This draft deal is not a plan to solve the climate crisis, but an agreement that we all keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best,” said Jennifer Morgan of Greenpeace International.

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Labor Party’s shadow economy minister Ed Miliband said Prime Minister Boris Johnson must “lead a summit that is not on the right track”.

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Der World Wide Fund for Nature sagte, dass neben anderen Vorschlägen die Forderung nach verbesserten Zielen für 2030 und Verweise auf den Ausstieg aus Subventionen für fossile Brennstoffe „bleiben muss“.

Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, WWF Global Lead Climate & Energy, sagte: „Da die Welt immer noch auf dem Weg zu einer gefährlichen globalen Erwärmung ist, ist es wichtig, dass die Minister daran arbeiten, einen klaren Plan zur Schließung der Ambitionslücke bis 2030 und den dafür vorgesehenen Zeitrahmen vorzulegen.

“Es ist klar, dass noch mehr getan werden muss, und die Verhandlungsführer müssen die noch schwachen Bereiche des Textes verbessern. Das muss ein Boden sein, keine Decke.”

Der Premierminister kehrt später zur COP26 zurück.

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Am Mittwoch sprach Herr Johnson mit dem Kronprinzen von Saudi-Arabien über die Klimaversprechen des Landes und die Notwendigkeit, in Glasgow „Fortschritte bei den Verhandlungen“ zu erzielen, sagte Nr. 10.

Saudi-Arabien gehörte zu einer Reihe von Ländern, die die UN aufforderten, die Notwendigkeit einer schnellen Abkehr von fossilen Brennstoffen herunterzuspielen, so durchgesickerte Dokumente.

Ein Sprecher der Downing Street sagte: „Sie haben in den letzten Tagen der COP26 die Bedeutung von Fortschritten bei den Verhandlungen erörtert, einschließlich der Fertigstellung der ausstehenden Elemente des Pariser Regelwerks.

“Der Premierminister sagte, alle Länder müssten mit erhöhtem Ehrgeiz an den Tisch kommen, wenn wir das Ziel, die globale Erwärmung auf 1,5 ° C zu begrenzen, am Leben erhalten wollen.”

Auf dem Gipfel am Dienstag veröffentlichte Untersuchungen zeigten, dass die kurzfristigen Pläne der Länder einen Anstieg um 2,4 ° C sehen würden.

Während sich etwa 140 Nationen verpflichtet haben, bis etwa Mitte des Jahrhunderts Netto-Null-Emissionen zu erreichen, sagen Wissenschaftler, dass ihre kurzfristigen Pläne für 2030 nicht stark genug sind, um den Temperaturanstieg zu begrenzen.

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