September 22, 2021

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CoP 26 should be face-to-face and inclusive, says UK chief negotiator |  The world

CoP 26 should be face-to-face and inclusive, says UK chief negotiator | The world

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“We look forward to an ambitious, inclusive and face-to-face CoP in Glasgow in November,” UK Chief Adviser Archie Young told some reporters.

Young, who has been in charge since 2016, reiterated what Britain’s Alok Sharma, chairman of CoP 26, has said — the climate conference will be straightforward and inclusive — but disagreement among the poor is growing. The health insecurity of the event also creates political tension.

He rejected the hypothesis of a hybrid event, with delegates interacting with virtual events and acting in civil society as an option to provide greater security for participants. “We’ve all heard that Cope has to be personal, and that’s what we want to do,” he said.

In every country in Latin America, many Africans and some Asians are on the UK’s red list, forcing delegates, environmental activists, politicians and businessmen to be isolated from being vaccinated..

There are currently 160,000 Covid-19 cases in the United States, with an average of less than 30,000 in Brazil. The United Kingdom has 34,000 cases a day.

However, the British government sends out vaccine doses so that delegates from many countries can properly protect themselves and the isolation time is reduced.

He added that the health and hygiene protocols will soon be published on the CoP 26 website.

Young said the United Kingdom’s expectation for the event was to achieve the four goals that British Alok Sharma, the leader of the COP26, would repeatedly say: Keep alive the 1.5 ° C limit with reduced emissions, increase adaptation efforts to better deal with climate impacts, mobilize financial resources and increase cooperation among all sectors of society to transform the world economy.

He said the promise of rich countries to raise $ 100 billion a year starting in 2020 is a challenging goal, but it will be fulfilled.

According to him, the most recent figures represent $ 80 billion in 2018. Governments of Canada and Germany were appointed to assist in preventing the stalemate.

“Resolving Article 6 is very important, but I see an alignment in this issue,” Young said. “Everyone wants an efficient mechanism. There are different opinions, but we don’t need to listen to everyone anymore, we need solutions,” he commented, adding that one of the most important topics for CoP in Glasgow is how carbon markets work.

On September 20, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson are scheduled to hold an event with the leaders of some countries behind closed doors..

He added that not only is Brazil fighting deforestation, but it is also important for rich multilateral cooperation.. The private sector is also important.

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