The United Kingdom on Wednesday called on the World Bank to divert its vast resources to green investment to ensure the success of efforts to control global warming.
Speaking at the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow, Finance Minister Rishi Sunak said British financial institutions and public enterprises should publish plans outlining how green their investments and businesses are to ensure they make a real contribution to mitigating global warming and global warming.
It is the duty to be the leader
The United Kingdom is home to London, one of the world’s major financial centers. “There is a duty to be a leader” In funding these and other efforts to combat global warming, Sunak said.
According to him, looking for green investments also represents a great opportunity. The goal is to create “The world’s first financial center with zero balance (emissions)”, To meet the demands of those who want to profit from efforts to achieve a low-carbon economy, the British Minister said.
They want to drop to pure zero
Dozens of countries, including the United Kingdom, have announced plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. “Pure Zero”To mitigate the effects of man-made climate change.
Cities, states and companies have set emissions reduction targets that can be re-absorbed by natural or artificial means. Experts point out that there are various computational methods “Pure Zero” And the outcome of a standard definition is a major challenge for the future.
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