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António Guterres

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UN Chief's Urgent Plea from Antarctica: Phase Out Fossil Fuels for COP28

Euronews reports a critical moment: the UN Chief's visit to Antarctica, urging the essential phase-out of fossil fuels ahead of COP28 talks. This emphasizes the profound urgency to address climate change and protect our planet's vulnerable ecosystems. Let's amplify this call to action, recognizing that the decisions made at COP28 will profoundly impact the future of our world. The time for bold, decisive steps towards a sustainable future is now. For more information, read the article here: https://www.euronews.com/green/2023/11/24/un-chief-visits-antarctica-urging-phase-out-of-fossil-fuels-at-upcoming-cop28-talks

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  • johnte ndeto

    16 w

    Fossil fuels should be a story of the past

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    • George Kariuki

      20 w

      The time for complacency is over; we must take decisive steps to phase out fossil fuels and protect our planet.

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      • Elizabeth Gathigia

        20 w

        It's a great call,,, but it should be a climate love instead

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        • Esther Wanjiku

          20 w

          It is during critical times like this that such amazing leadership is required

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          • Kevin

            20 w

            This is a call of brilliance by the UN czar

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            • rosebellendiritu

              20 w

              Antonio Guterres is that voice that is advocating for change,please @Saustine change this to be climate love.

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              • Lucinda Ramsay

                20 w

                Why is this a warning to Antonio Guterres ?? This should be Climate Love. Antonio is a strong voice advocating for climate action.

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                • Gorffly mokua

                  20 w

                  The UN Chief's urgent plea from Antarctica to phase out fossil fuels for COP28 underscores the critical need for immediate action to combat climate change!

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                  • Peter Kamau

                    20 w

                    This is a great call ahead of the UN COp28

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                    • zelda ninga

                      20 w

                      Sea ice around Antarctica is at its lowest level since satellites began tracking it in 1979, according to researchers, who say the frozen continent is “suffering” due to the burning of fossil fuels. Global warming is causing extreme events that were unthinkable 30 years ago, this has to change.

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                      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

                        20 w

                        The UN Chief's urgent plea from Antarctica, calling for the crucial phase-out of fossil fuels ahead of COP28, highlights the critical moment in the global fight against climate change. Euronews reports on the significance of this visit, emphasizing the immediate need to address climate change and safeguard vulnerable ecosystems.

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                        • Princess

                          20 w

                          The UN Chief's plea from Antarctica serves as a powerful reminder of the immediate action required to address climate change. It shouldn't be a climate warning .

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                          • zelda ninga

                            20 w

                            @princess_nel_268 it should be treated as an emergency.

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