Trump asked to respect climate

Trump asked to respect climate

World November 15, 2016 17:24

marrakech - French President Francois Hollande and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the United Nations (UN), the next US president Donald Trump called upon to respect the climate. At the international climate conference in the Moroccan city of Marrakech Ban said the world has a duty to fight against the global warming.

Ban will speak in a personal interview with Trump on climate change. 'Politicians must assume their moral responsibility,' said the UN chief. 'Their mandate is limited to four, eight or ten years, but our planet, the earth is forever. '

Ban was supported by Hollande that the fight against climate change called 'irreversible.' 'The United States, the greatest economic power in the world and second largest emitters have fulfilled commitments,' said Hollande.

The Paris climate agreement was signed in December last year. more than one hundred countries have ratified it together. The treaty provides inter alia for limiting the global temperature increase to below 2 degrees Celsius by reducing emissions. China and the government of US President Barack Obama have endorsed the treaty. His successor, Donald Trump has said he wants to denounce the climate.

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