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António Guterres

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“moral imperative that can no longer be ignored”

The Guardian view on Cop27: climate justice must take centre stage As the UN secretary-general, António Guterres, stated this week, ahead of November’s Cop27 summit in Egypt, properly addressing this dimension of the climate crisis – the damage already being done – is a “moral imperative that can no longer be ignored”. In Copenhagen in 2009, developed countries pledged to deliver $100bn a year to vulnerable states hit by severe climate-linked impacts.

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  • Jenny

    28 w

    This's the begining of the highway to #change! Putting climate perspectives into action, by verbalising through pontification of narratives! Yes. The multinationals should come up with ambitious plans to cut down the carbon emissions to 1,5°. #Cop27💚💚

    • Edwin wangombe

      33 w

      All that Africa expects from COP27 is #ShowUstheMoney

      • Edwin wangombe

        33 w

        It's time for action... It's time for the top polluter to actualize their pledges

        • Sisi Tanzania

          33 w

          Cop27 must take more serious centre stage action on climate justice otherwise , the world 🌎 is barely affected by climate change more worse than before

          • Tabitha Kimani

            33 w

            The pledges should be honored as this is part of the fight towards the climate change impacts.

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