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On Monday 1st November 2021, the COP26 Climate submit was held at Glasgow Scotland where the Queen urged world leaders to unite in common cause against climate change in order to solve the most insurmountable problems.
After a day of lectures from world leaders warning of the situation’ severity, the statement was delivered via a video message to the COP26 meeting in Glasgow.
her statement reads;
If the global pollution situation is not urgent right now, it is as clear as anything that it will become progressively intolerable in a very short period…
If we fail to meet this challenge, all of our other issues will become insignificant.
None of us underestimates the challenges ahead,” she continued, but history has taught that there is always room for hope when nations come together in common cause.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had already delivered a similar dire warning where he said;
We’re digging our own graves.