British nature activist David Attenborough has called on delegates to the UN Climate Summit to “make tragedy a victory” and take action against climate change.
The BBC reported on its website. In his speech on Monday, the 95-year-old nature activist pointed out Mankind is facing a problem due to the increasing amount of carbon in the atmosphere. According to him, thinking about the fate of future generations should be an incentive to change the delegates.
The burning of fossil fuels means the destruction of nature and access to industry, construction and education Carbon is released into the atmosphere at a rate and at an unprecedented rate.
Attenborough also criticized rich countries and highlighted the problem of social inequality. And he recalled “Those who made the least contribution to the problem are the most vulnerable“.
According to one naturalist, freely working individual nations can be harmful to the planet. “However, we are definitely strong enough to work together to save her,” he said.
The UN Climate Conference in Glasgow, also known as COP26, is being considered The most important global climate forum since the adoption of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015.
Conference participants are expected to accept the rules Control global warming and slow climate change, The BBC recalls.
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