Report: Syed Nizam ud din Chishti

More than a third of the world’s countries are responsible for more than a third of the world’s environmental pollution. These countries include Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, many European countries, the United States, China, Japan and India. According to the latest figures, carbon dioxide emissions have risen sharply, and according to the figures, the Earth’s temperature has not risen that much at the moment, but the situation is worrying for the future.

This was revealed in an interview by Dr Mujeeb Latif, a researcher on global environmental issues at the German Environmental Institute. Expressing his views, Dr Mujeeb Latif said that the readiness shown by the world economic powers to reduce global warming has so far failed to achieve climate action goals.

The 26th meeting of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland is being held after six years of the G20 countries summit – Paris to reduce global environmental pollution and deal with natural disasters. The 26th meeting will continue from October 31 to November 12. The meeting will review the implementation of the agreement reached the World Environment Conference in Paris and decide on future strategies.

Dr Mujeeb Latif said that at present no practical steps have been taken by the world largest economic powers on the decisions of the World Environment Conference Paris and so far all the economic powers are limited to promises and statements. The powers were agreed to reduce the Earth’s temperature by two degrees, but the current situation is the opposite, with global warming increasing more than in the past.

Dr Mujeeb Latif said that China is currently responsible for more than 30% of carbon dioxide emissions from global environmental pollution, despite China’s promise to reduce its use of energy from coal internationally. But the situation is the opposite, and China is making it possible to generate energy from the massive use of coal internally, which has led to a huge increase in the environmental pollution in China and Asia, which is a major threat to the world.

He added that after China, India is increasing its use of coal as well as petroleum products for industrial development.

Dr Mujeeb Latif said that at the Paris Conference, the world powers had expressed their commitment to reducing carbon dioxide emissions to zero by 2060, on which no practical action has been taken, especially by India.

Ahead of the Glasgow conference, US President Joe Biden suggested that a group of countries has been constituted to take practical steps to tackle global environmental pollution to ensure that countries that are not taking action to reduce global environmental pollution

Meanwhile, Germany reiterated in 1990 that it would reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by more than 30% by 2020, and Germany has made it possible for Germany to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 1990. The big reason behind the dropped is the Corona pandemic, which has reduced emissions from industry and transportation. Germany has also vowed to 2030, carbon dioxide emissions will be reduced by 65% ​​compared to 1990. This is a huge step and the German government is working hard in this regard, while the vision of the new German government is also to reduce global environmental pollution. Key measures include reducing the use of coal, promoting electric vehicles instead of petrol-powered vehicles, and discouraging carbon dioxide-emitting industries at the government level. These measures will greatly reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Dr Mujib Latif, while proposing these measures of Germany to the whole world on a priority basis, said that it is essential to implement these measures for the immediate reduction of global warming. It is clear that if the world does not take immediate action on global environmental pollution and failure to find alternatives then it will be a disaster for the planet.

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