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Developing countries also have a “right” to use fossil fuels, India’s environment minister said this Saturday (13th), which explained the lack of agreement on COP 26.

Bhupendra Yadav told delegates that countries with little historical responsibility for climate change “are entitled to their fair share of the global carbon budget and are entitled to responsible use of fossil fuels”.

Furthermore, Yadav denounced that climate change is “caused by unsustainable lifestyles and consumption patterns that waste fuel”, with reference to rich countries.

“How can developing countries be expected to make promises to eliminate the use of coal and fossil fuel subsidies?” He asked in Glasgow before expressing apprehension that “consensus remains elusive”.

Earlier, the President of COP26, British Alok Sharma had asked countries to make concessions so that an agreement could be reached 24 hours after the conclusion of the conference.

“Please don’t ask yourself what else you can find, but ask yourself if that’s enough. Is this package balanced?” Right for our planet.

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