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COP26 Climate Summit to face crucial week for global warming pledges

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COP26 Climate Summit to face crucial week for global warming pledges

London, Nov 7 (Prensa Latina) COP26 Climate Summit on Saturday started its second and final week in Glasgow, Scotland, under expectant gaze of millions of people who seek steady commitments to curb global warming.
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The first part of the conference was alive with significant announcements about cutting down polluting gases emissions such as methane, reforestation and protection of land as well as abandonment of coal as an energy source.

The multimillion-dollar contributions that rich countries and private sector will make to the so-called climate fund, goal-oriented to aid poor nations cope with and mitigate the effects of climate change were also discussed.

Although for many, promises made so far represent a step forward, environmentalists were not too impressed and remain on the streets of Glasgow to call the world leaders to move from words to deeds.

The leading voice in demand for pressing actions are led by a broad international youth movement, one of whose most visible figures from the media viewpoint is the Swedish student Greta Thunberg.


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