COP24: Morocco Among 32 Countries with Significant Progress in Fighting Global Warming
Katowice – Morocco is among 32 countries that have made significant progress in the fight against global warming, said on Friday the “Climate Action Tracker” (CAT), conducted by the Institute of Climate Analysis and Ecofys Consultancy, and issued in Katowice on the sidelines of the 24th World Climate Conference (COP24).
In addition to Morocco, Argentina, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, the European Union and India also made important steps in the right direction to fight global warming.
The study listed states that have done little in this area as Australia, Brazil, Indonesia, Russia and the United States, saying that these countries are suffering from a lack of decisive actions to fight climate change.
The study rose concern about the increase, for the second year in a row, of China’s greenhouse gas emissions, the world’s largest source.
The CAT recalled that, two months ago, the 196 countries present in Katowice received a strong message from the scientific community saying that it is possible to keep global warming at 1.5 ° C.