Climate summit in Glasgow: Germany promises 10 million euros for poor countries

Climate summit in Glasgow: Germany promises 10 million euros for poor countries

UN Climate Summit in Glasgow Detail: Alok Sharma, the British President of the World Climate Summit, has postponed a possibly crucial plenary session of nearly 200 countries due to heated discussions. In Glasgow, Scotland, on Saturday afternoon, Sharma said it was necessary to give states “a little more time”. At this point, the start of the last meeting was probably delayed by several hours.

Hours of debate about global stop signals for coal and more aid payments to poorer countries thwarted the summit’s conclusion. The planned end was Friday evening.

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US Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry was seen holding intense discussions with delegates from other countries at the conference on Saturday. Groups of dozens of delegates were formed several times and were talking enthusiastically among themselves. At this point, the World Climate Conference had already made it over about 20 hours. Sharma scheduled a new session for 3:30 pm (CET).

Britain made it clear that it wanted to avoid another extension at night.
“It will end today,” Sharma said. Voting should be done on the final text in the afternoon. He thinks of an outcome that will not please everyone in every way, but will “move things forward”.

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