Boris will use the UN’s “apocalyptic” climate warning to “twist” MPs’ arms, “upping the ante!”
BORIS Johnson might use the UN’s grim report on the global climate emergency to “twist” the arms of MPs who oppose the government’s greening strategy.
The United Nations’ climate change report, according to BBC Chief Political Correspondent Adam Fleming, could be “disastrous” for Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Mr Fleming, on the other hand, argued that the “apocalyptic” dossier could assist the Government win over sceptical MPs who have opposed Mr Johnson’s policy to combat the climate catastrophe.
“I think in a way, this report will be helpful for Alok Sharma, who is chairing that climate conference, because his job at the moment is going around the world and asking every single country to make commitments on how much they will reduce their carbon emissions over the next few decades as part of this mission to limit the increase in global temperature as to either limit the increase in global temperature as to either limit the increase in global temperature as to either limit the increase in global temperature as to either limit the increase in global temperature as to either limit the
“So it really is upping the ante,” Mr Fleming said, “but even before that climate change summit, there’s still a lot of material we’re waiting from the UK Government to tell us about.”
The climate report is expected to be the most forceful statement yet from the UN panel on climate change research.
Mr Sharma has stated that the world is “dangerously close” to running out of time to prevent a climate change disaster.
In Turkey, wildfires are presently raging, and fires have also erupted in Greece.
Western Europe also experienced its worst flooding in decades this summer, with hundreds of people killed.
He said, “I don’t think there’s any other word for it.” “You see what is going on throughout the world on a daily basis. The warmest year on record was last year, and the previous decade was the hottest decade on record.”
In November, the UK will host the Cop 26 climate change conference in Glasgow, where governments will be required to outline plans for substantial reductions in greenhouse gas emissions over the next decade in order to avoid irreversible climate change.
The government has been chastised for its lack of action in the run-up to Cop 26.
“World leaders have done a bad job of.”Brinkwire Summary News,” Greenpeace UK chief scientist Doug Parr told the BBC.