Climate Change and the G20 2019
Climate change and the G20 2019
During the fourteenth economic summit of the EU in June, no progress has been made in the name of climate change.
The reluctant attitude and attitude of the US seems to increase the natural disasters caused by the climate in the future. It is thought that global warming continues rapidly and the industrialized countries are reluctant to take precautions against it, and it is thought that it is entirely based on monetary reasons. The combination of sustainable development and climate change puts developed countries in a difficult position, and the Paris agreement puts pressure on countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but the US is said to have failed to implement it.
G20 Osaka Summit 2019
At the g20 2019 summit, which ended without any progress, “it was emphasized that the US had the cleanest water and air,” but it was said that the US could never reduce its carbon emissions.
The leaders of the countries are aware of the approach of the last return before entering a path of no return but have difficulty in implementing international conventions and agreements for economic reasons. climate change, which first came up at the Rio conference in 1992, brought some measures and concrete initiatives in 1997 under the name of Kyoto Protocol. The Kyoto Protocol aims to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of developed countries to at least 5% below the 1990 levels in the period between 2008 and 2012. Kyoto protocol could not be applied because the USA, which makes the most greenhouse gas emissions, does not look hot on this protocol.