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Nicola Sturgeon: "Countries with a rich industrial past have a special responsibility" on the climate


TRIBUNE - For the Prime Minister of Scotland, where the COP26, the United Nations climate conference is being held from Sunday, the stakes have never been so high, and countries like Scotland who have contributed disproportionately to climate change, ...

Next week, leaders, delegates, scientists and activists from all over the world will arrive in Scotland for one of the most important gatherings of the 21st century.

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The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow will bring the world together to find solutions to the greatest crisis we face. The stakes have never been higher.

Climate change and the loss of nature are the biggest threats to our planet and the effects are already being felt around the world, including here in Scotland.

Climate emergency

We must act now or else we will continue to see heat waves, floods, catastrophic storms and water shortages increasing - a price our planet simply cannot afford to pay.

Leaders must come to Glasgow with a commitment to deliver on the goals of the Paris Agreement and ready to deliver on their promises.

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