An important compromise was reached for the future of the earth

Glasgow: Participants in the UN Conference COP 26 in Scotland have finally reached an agreement, setting a target of raising global temperatures to 1.5 degrees.

After a one-day extension at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Glasgow, Scotland, changes were made at the last minute, and the participants agreed on an agreement.

The members agreed that efforts would be made to limit the average rate of global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius from pre-industrial levels.

According to the agreement, the countries will review and strengthen their emissions reduction targets by the end of 2022 and 2030.

The agreement calls on countries to take stronger steps than the 2015 Paris Agreement, which called for the increase to be significantly below 2 degrees Celsius, with the new target now set at 1.5 degrees.

Under the Glasgow Agreement on Climate Change, funding for developing countries will be increased to accelerate efforts to phase out the relentless reduction of coal-fired power generation.


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