Scotland: The Queen: Action Against Global Warming

Scotland: The Queen: Acting Against Global Warming

Queen Elizabeth II calls on politics to take action against global warming. Photo: Jeff J. Mitchell / PA Wire / DPA Photo: DPA

The Queen is also expected to attend the UN climate summit in November. During a visit to the Scottish Parliament, she makes global warming an issue.

Edinburgh – British Queen Elizabeth II (95) has called on politicians to take action in the fight against global warming in the wake of the United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.



“The Scottish Parliament, like all parliaments, plays a vital role in building a better and healthier future and in negotiating with the people they represent – ​​especially our young people,” Britain’s head of state told a new session. Said at the grand opening. The Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on Saturday.

Great Britain is hosting the UN climate conference COP26 from 1 to 12 November, with the Queen expected to attend. “The world’s eyes will be on the UK and especially Scotland – as leaders come together to address the challenges of climate change,” the Queen said.



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