Mexico did emotional appeal on climate pending hurricane
At a climate conference in Bonn, Germany, the Mexican representative Friday did an emotional appeal to reach a global agreement to control global warming.
He did this appeal a few hours before the hurricane Patricia reached the Mexican coast.
With a sob in his voice, the Mexican negotiator Roberto Dondisch Glowinski told his audience: “I do not think I have more to say about the urgency of a climate agreement, I ask you to slide your differences aside and work together with solutions that stop the climate change.” After his speech, Glowinski got applause.
Negotiators from 195 countries adopted a good negotiating text for the decisive climate conference in early December in Paris. This summit should lead to a new global deal to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius.
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