GLASGOW, Nov 10 (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged world leaders to go additional of their local weather pledges on the UN Local weather Convention in Glasgow, saying that the aim of limiting the worldwide temperature rise to 1.5 levels Celcius remained alive.
“We’re now discovering issues are robust, however that does not imply it is inconceivable,” Johnson advised reporters.
“It doesn’t suggest that we will not preserve 1.5 alive. I feel with adequate vitality and dedication, and with leaders from around the globe now ringing up their negotiators and asking them to maneuver within the ways in which they know they will transfer, and will transfer, I nonetheless suppose we will obtain it.”
Reporting by Elizabeth Piper, writing by William James
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