US Sentil Indonesia and other countries seriously overcome global warming

WASHINGTON DC, – The US climate commissioner John Kerry called on the major greenhouse gas emitters to move faster to combat global warming.

Countries named by Kerry include China, India, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, and South Africa.

In his opinion, the government’s pledges in large emission countries to reduce carbon dioxide and methane emissions are still not enough to limit global warming.

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In fact, based on the Paris Agreement, the international community has agreed to prevent the earth’s temperature from rising by more than 1.5 degrees Celsius, as reported by NDTV.

“And that means China, India, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, South Africa, a number of countries that have to move,” Kerry said in a statement. Reuters Next.

However, Kerry added that they also need help.

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“And we have to help them. It’s not just a responsibility that is put on them, “Kerry continued.

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Kerry said the US is already working with these countries to help them accelerate the transition to cleaner energy and reduce emissions.

The US commitment is an example of Washington’s support for India’s clean energy initiatives.

There is also a joint agreement between the USA and China in which Beijing undertakes to accelerate emissions reductions.

Kerry added that private investments in other clean energy technologies are also important to addressing climate change.

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Examples of other clean energy technologies are “green” hydrogen, cutting edge battery technology, modular nuclear reactors and carbon capture technologies.

Last month, the world agreed to review national commitments to reduce emissions by 2022 to ensure the world can limit global temperature rise to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius.

They agreed on the promise at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, which took place in early November.

Scientists have always warned that if the earth’s temperature rises above 1.5 degrees Celsius, destructive environmental influences and disasters will often occur.

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