Incredible India-China refuses to remove coal at the COP, that’s why

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – India and China refused to “end” the use of coal entirely at the last minute of the COP26 climate change summit, which concluded on Saturday (13/10/2021) in Glasgow, Scotland. The two countries are trying to lobby 197 other countries to “reduce” their use of coal.

In the previous draft agreement in writing, it was said that the countries of the world would agree that coal “is running out”. But India, backed by China, refused the word “abolition” and requested the use of the phrase “gradually reduce”.

India submitted the petition for a reason. This relates to social, political and economic characteristics that differ greatly in each country.

Developing countries still need coal. India, for example, is heavily dependent on coal and consumes 70% of its fossil fuel energy for domestic energy production.

“How can you expect developing countries to make pledges to phase out coal and fossil fuels?” asked India’s Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav at the COP26 summit.

“Developing countries still have to deal with their poverty reduction agenda,” he added.

China is of course also India’s most important supporter. Given the situation in China hit by the electricity crisis, it will be difficult to cut down on coal, which has been the energy backbone of panda country.

The Chinese government is actively increasing production to fill the much-needed gap in the national coal supply. For information, Beijing even requested additional coal production capacity to meet this need. China’s average daily coal production reached about 12 million tons on Wednesday, 120,000 tons more than the previous daily record.

In this regard, the President of COP26 said China and India needed to explain why they insisted on changing the word “elimination” to “gradual reduction” in coal use. Especially for countries that are vulnerable to the climate crisis.

“China and India must declare themselves to the most climate-endangered countries in the world,” said British MP Alok Sharma, who leads the COP26 negotiations. CNBC International, Monday (November 15, 2021).

Sharma said over the past few weeks that it was clear that certain countries did not want to talk about coal at the meeting.

“But at the end of the day, it’s the first time we’ve talked about coal in a COP decision. “he continued.

[Gambas:Video CNBC]

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