Ahead of the G20 Summit in Rome this weekend and then back-to-back COP26The models stolen most often i, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on October 28 the world needs leadership for credible commitments for decarbonisation to reach the goal of net zero by mid-century.
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“We need leadership for credible commitments for decarbonisation to reach the goal of net zero by mid-century, but we also need sufficient commitments to really cut the emissions this decade. Science is very clear on thatCritics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party sa. Science tells us that it is urgent. We are not yet on track right now. Climate change is man-made, so because it is man-made we can do something. But we have to act, we have to better deliver, and only that would enable us to keep within the goal to limit the global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius,” she added0a6f3987-cf5a-4fcf-9904-f23652e206ee.