Why is the world and the best horses on course for ‘the climate heal’

Why is the world and the best horses on course for ‘the climate heal’

Why is the world and the best horses on course for ‘the climate heal’

“We are on a fast track to becoming a climate hero, with our feet constantly on the gas pedal.” These were probably the most famous of the two speeches by dozens of world leaders, where the climate summit in Sharm-el-Sheikh started almost two weeks ago. It was António Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations, who spoke. When it comes to climate, Guterres never has a flawed image.

Now that the top is over, shows that the foot in Egypt, but a little bit of gas pedal has gone. With the exception of an agreement over a damage fund for developing countries that are affected by the natural disaster that is strengthened through climate change, there is no simple topic for a reference book.

These are the outcomes of seven important themes.

Also read this article: Disappointing end of climate in Egypt

1. Ambitious climate policy

In order to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, you need to phase out greenhouse gas for the 2025 period. Therefore, the Europese Unie favored more ambitions in certain countries (read: China). There is no agreement about the team. China has beliefd ‘by 2030’ a peak in emissions to reach a climate-neutral one in 2060, and it will not be possible.

More than 80 per cent of the emissions of bridge oak gas are the result of trace fossil substances. Toch has been reduced by oil and gas, never explicitly formulated as a goal in the international climate agreement. At the climate summit in Glasgow, it was a year of coal, the most used fossil fuel, for which it was first mentioned as an important step on the way to a climate-safe world.

Faced with support from India, the European Union in Egypt has tried to reveal oil and gas to add as a target. Under the pressure of with the name Saudi-Arabië is not happy. The following year must be assigned further. But in host country the United Arab Emirates, an oil country, it seems that it cannot be big.

2. Climate finance

The countries of Rijkeland do not fulfill any promises from 2009 have made from 2020 annually 100 billion dollars available for financing climate policy in Armenian countries (not warmer with new funds for climate policy). Also at the top in Egypt is a promise of non-violence.

It is expected that the amount will now be collected in 2024. But against time, 100 billion is probably no longer enough. The countries have promised that amount in 2025 to passengers. There are not many countries that fulfill what has been said, and have positioned themselves in the negotiations over other topics, for example a faster reduction of the bridge oak gas.

Rijke land wants to be in the best possible position to reduce the reduction (limitation), the countries say that they first need to have a need to restore them against the consequences of climate change (adaptation). In Egypt, a larger part of this funding has been chosen to ensure the best possible adaptation.

Also read this analysis from 2011: Klimaathulp aan arme landen: is the Netherlands doing enough?

Photo Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters
Photo Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters
During the concluded plenary meetings of the aborted COP27 climate summits, talented moegestreden will be distinguished
Photo Mohamed Abd El Ghany / Reuters & Peter Dejong / AP Photo

3. Methane reduction

US President Joe Biden announced in Egypt to the United States for a further reduction of methane, a much stronger greenhouse gas, and carbon dioxide. Biden did not come up with much more than the plan for VS, together with the European Union, everyone in Glasgow launches. In the meantime, 150 countries have joined the Global Methane Pledge on methane emissions for 2030 with a 30 percent reduction. China, India and Russia, the countries with the most methaanuitstoot, do not me.

According to the organization InfluenceMap, one can extract the methane ceilings, try most countries in agriculture, a sector that has a lot of methane, saves. The United Nations is launching the Methane Alert and Response System (MARS) in Egypt, which uses satellite data collected on methane emissions. Via this system, large sources of methane must be tracked down.

4. Herb bossing

In Egypt there was a lot of talk about better protection of the boss, a lot of CO2 register. More than 140 countries are now affiliated with the Forest and Climate Leaders’ Partnership. By 2030, she wants an end to the loss of the boss. According to a report from FAO, the business and agricultural organization of VN, there is a demand for warming to 1.5 degrees.

In Sharm-el-Sheikh, Lula da Silva, the standing president of Brazil, was held up. During the departure of President Jair Bolsonaro, who was not in Egypt, Brazil is protecting itself from the negotiations. “I am today about telling if Brazil is involved in a span for a healthier planet,” said Lula in a speech. “The fight against the warming van de aarde is independently linked to the culprit against poverty.” Lula is protecting himself in advocating for a development model that is not based on the destruction of the Amazon rain, ten weapons from a small group.

5. Green hydrogen

Prime Minister Mark Rutte has a climate in Egypt. It is water that is produced with sustainable energy and fossil markers can be replaced in sectors where there are no alternatives, such as aviation and other industries.

In Egypt, the Netherlands was not the only country with an interest in water. It was at the top of a separate conference for the topic. Green hydro is a commitment for more durability, but limited risk, because the production of hydropower is large. Energy from the zone and wind, which is used to make water, cannot be used for, for example, electric cars by the heat pump.

6. International gerechtshof

Hebben rijke landen de plicht om people uit kwetsbare landen to protect against climate change? Those questions will be submitted to the Alliantie van kleine eilandstatet aan het Internationaal Gerechtshof in The Hague. It is an initiative of Vanuatu, one of the low-lying states in the Pacific Ocean that is dying from rising sea levels in the coming problems.

A statement from the Court will not be binding, but according to Vanuatu, clarity can be offered on the possibility of international law to strengthen climate policy. Ruim tachtig landen supports that initiative, including also rich countries such as Nieuw-Zeeland and Germany.

7. Biodiversity

In the slots for climate, it is shown “the vital interest in the protection, conservation and restoration of nature and ecosystems for effective and lasting climate action”. It is a guide to the major VN conference on biological diversity, which begins in Montreal over two weeks. The summit had all previously had to take place in Kunming, China, but was postponed due to the corona. In Montreal, concrete statements must be made on global biodiversity loss by 2030 to stop.

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