‘Preparation to deal with climate change should be intensified, now or never situation’, said British PM Johnson at UNGA

'जलवायु परिवर्तन से निपटने की तैयारी हो तेज, अब अभी नहीं तो कभी नहीं वाली स्थिति', UNGA में बोले ब्रिटिश PM जॉनसन

Scientists have warned that global warming is approaching dangerously out of control. Due to this the temperature of the earth will start increasing.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on global leaders to mature and prepare to deal with climate change. He said that this is because the world now has to limit the global temperature to 1.5C (2.7F) compared to before industrialization. There is now or never a situation in front of the world. Johnson is pressuring governments to control climate change through the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week.

Significantly, scientists have warned that global warming is approaching dangerously out of control. Johnson told the UN General Assembly on Wednesday night, ‘If we follow the current track, then by the end of the century the temperature will rise by 2.7 degrees or more. This will start melting the ice. He said, ‘We will see deserts being created, droughts, crops ruined and mass movements of humanity on a large scale, which has never been seen before. This will not happen because of some unforeseen natural event or calamity, but because of us, which we are doing now.

Humanity’s adolescence is coming to an end: Johnson

In his speech, the British PM compared humanity to that of a 16-year-old indecisive child who has just grown up to put himself in serious trouble. He said, ‘We believe that someone else will clean up the mess we have done because this has always happened.’ Johnson said, ‘We make our house dirty again and again, because we know that we clean it every time. So we will be saved from this once again. He said, ‘My friends, humanity’s adolescence is coming to an end. We should come together in a collective age.’ Let us tell you that Johnson is going to host COP26 in Glasgow, an important United Nations climate summit.

Johnson has been criticized for this reason

Britain has pledged to net-zero its carbon emissions by 2050, and Johnson has supported the expansion of renewable energy. But Johnson is being criticized by environmentalists for failing to stop a proposed new coal mine in northwest England and oil drilling in the new North Sea. A United Nations report said that the world is moving towards a temperature of 2.7C (4.9F). In fact, in 2030 there will be 16 percent more global emissions than in 2010. Because of this, the temperature of the earth will increase rapidly.

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