Boris Johnson lashes out at world leaders as G20 falls short on climate
Cop26: Boris Johnson lashes out at world leaders as G20 falls short on climate
“We have made reasonable progress at the G20, all things considered – but it is not enough,” Mr Johnson admitted.For the first time, he named-and-shamed the US for not contributing enough money to the $100bn climate crisis fund for poor nations, saying it was “well down”.
And on the prospects for Cop26, the prime minister said: “If Glasgow fails then the whole thing fails. TheParis Agreementwill have crumpled at the first reckoning.”It would be “holed beneath the waterline”, he warned, calling it “just a piece of paper” and adding: “We need to fill that piece of paper – to populate it with real progress.”Read more: The Independent »
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To be fair, he’s learnt from Brexit. Instead of starting out saying this will be easy, he’s gone straight into preemptively implying a failure will be the fault of ‘all those foreign nations’ and nothing to do with his total incompetence. “Johnson tries to blame everyone except himself while simultaneously glossing over Tories pumping s**t into our rivers and forcing Britain to import/export further away than our nearest neighbours.”
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Boris Johnson lashes out at world leaders for failing to make Cop26 pledges needed G20 commitments ‘not enough’, prime minister concedes - and promises ‘starting to sound hollow’ He is a joke He never keeps his promise He has failed his own climate test So Why would other Leaders do what he asks?
Cop26 failure could mean mass migration and food shortages, says Boris JohnsonAhead of G20 meeting, PM warns of ‘difficult geopolitical events’ echoing those that ended Roman empire Just like now then 🥴 yawn. failed already. before starting For all those who are new to this working from home Bitcoin trading options Here's a little tip: Get a trusted Bitcoin expert and stick to her earn_with_Jens_ Invest and play at similar times each day. Because : In times of chaos, your investment is your anchor to success💯
Chances of Cop26 success six out of 10, says Boris Johnson – videoBoris Johnson said there was a six out of 10 probability of the Cop summit producing the necessary action to fight climate change It would be better, but that would require Johnson putting in some form of effort. I saw this. He clearly didn't believe it was a 6 and he's playing politics with the conference coming up. What's his view of success I wonder? He could say any number & I wouldn't believe him 🙄
COP26: Boris Johnson says 'no excuses' for not tackling climate changeBoris Johnson warns world leaders there are 'no compelling excuses' for failing to take action on global warming If he could master the basic skill of talking without his facial expression being somewhere between smirk and sheer it might be possible to take him seriously How have government mandated mushroom clouds, pollution and synthetic societal development advanced weather change globally? Government is hesitant to contract trace the effect to these and report to the public. BBCPolitics Awh bless, BBC reporting on Johnson like he's a proper PM.
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PM won’t say how Universal Credit claimants can recoup lost £20-a-week “We have made reasonable progress at the G20, all things considered – but it is not enough,” Mr Johnson admitted. For the first time, he named-and-shamed the US for not contributing enough money to the $100bn climate crisis fund for poor nations, saying it was “well down”. And on the prospects for Cop26, the prime minister said: “If Glasgow fails then the whole thing fails. The Paris Agreement will have crumpled at the first reckoning.” It would be “holed beneath the waterline”, he warned, calling it “just a piece of paper” and adding: “We need to fill that piece of paper – to populate it with real progress.” Mr Johnson was speaking after G20 leaders agreed merely to “enhance when necessary” plans to cut carbon emissions by 2030 – the cut-off point for averting disaster, scientists say. Far from agreeing to “consign coal to history” – the UK’s aim for the Glasgow summit – it sets no date for phasing out the fossil fuel, which will happen only “as soon as possible”. There is also no deadline for ending fossil fuel subsidies, which would have soared since the easing of the Covid pandemic, with an aim to achieve that only “over the medium term”. In the run-up to Cop26, the UK had urged all countries to follow it in committing to net zero emissions by 2050 – but the communique also fails to do that. The omission reflects the reality that China, the world’s biggest carbon emitter, has set a target date of 2060, while India and Russia are also not committed to the 2050 date. Greenpeace attacked the lack of progress, warning that “if the G20 was a dress rehearsal for Cop26, then world leaders fluffed their lines”. “Their communique was weak, lacking both ambition and vision, and simply failed to meet the moment,” said Jennifer Morgan, the organisation’s executive director. Mohamed Adow, director of the think tank Power Shift Africa, said: “This weak statement from the G20 is what happens when developing countries who are bearing the full force of the climate crisis are shut out of the room. “The world’s biggest economies comprehensively failed to put climate change on the top of the agenda ahead of Cop26 in Glasgow.” A downbeat Antonio Guterres, the UN secretary-general, tweeted: “I leave Rome with my hopes unfulfilled – but at least they are not buried.” Mr Johnson said: “Just 12 G20 members have committed to reach net zero by 2050 or earlier. “Barely half of us have submitted improved plans for how we will cut carbon emissions since the Paris Summit in 2015. “And we have also failed to meet our commitment to provide $100bn a year to support developing countries to grow in a clean and sustainable way. “The UN says emissions will rise by 15 per cent by 2030 – and they need to halve by then.” Accusing the world’s first industrialised nations of “not doing their fair share of the work”, Mr Johnson added: “If we are going to prevent Cop26 from being a failure then that must change.” More about