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UN chief warns of 'gates of hell' in climate summit, but carbon polluting nations stay silent

  • According to UN Chief Guterres, the world is facing a dangerous and unstable future if no action is taken to address the devastating effects of climate change.
  • The UN Climate Action Summit aims to increase global ambition towards reducing planet-heating pollution, but the scale of the challenge is daunting. Only a limited number of countries and organizations secured speaking slots at the summit, signaling the need for greater commitment to climate plans.
  • There has been a significant lack of progress in meeting climate commitments, including expanding fossil fuel licensing and insufficient financial support for clean energy and climate resilience measures in low- and middle-income countries.
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