Greta ThunbergGreta ThunbergActivists fail of fossil fuel commitments in COP26 draft Thousands protest against: demand action on climate at COP26 Overnight Energy & Environment — Presented by The American Petroleum Institute — COP26 ambitions could keep warming to 1.8 degrees MORE criticized the final deal reached by global leaders at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, on Saturday, saying “the real work continues outside these halls.”
the 18-year-old posted her criticism of the United Nations climate summit on Twitter shortly after the countries in presence agreed met An final pact after two weeks of negotiations.
“The COP26 is over. Here’s a quick summary: Blah, Blah, Blah,” she wrote. “But the… real work continues outside these halls. And we never will give up, ever.”
The #COP26 is over. Here’s a quick summary: blah, blah, blah.
But the real work continues outside these halls. And we never will give up, ever. https://t.co/EOne9OogiR
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) Nov 13, 2021
Countries have signed a climate agreement which they say will reduce carbon dioxide emissions to 45 percent of 2010 registered levels by 2030. The agreement also explicitly mentions coal and fossil fuels for the first time, though it is language on that front was weakened at the last minute.
Developed countries further agreed to at least double commitments to financially help develop countries in achieve climate goals.
Thunberg has previously criticized the summit for not go far enough. On November 5 she has joined a big protest outside the conference die called out on world leaders to make real changes to curb and reduce emissions out fossil fuels. She has also called for specific reforms, including: for banks to stop met financing climate “destruction”.
“Unless we achieve immediate, drastic, unprecedented annual emissions reductions at source, that means we are failing when it comes to this climate crisis,” the Swedish activist tweeted on Sunday. “‘Small steps in the right direction,’ ‘make something’ progress’ of ‘Winning slowly’ equals losing.”
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