UNITED NATIONS COPs
The chances of there being intelligent life in other galaxies is remote, especially as the moment a species evolves to be able to exploit their planet, they inevitably destroy their home by exhausting their natural resources.
Let us hope there is still some intelligent life on earth.
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - The United Nations' climate summits are known as COP = Conference Of the Parties. This is the 26th, meaning twenty-six years during which these global discussions have been unable to put in place a binding action plan to save us from global warming. In 2018 fifty high profile companies wrote to the UN calling for solid action to curb climate change.
The 26th session of the UNFCCC was originally scheduled to take place from 9-19 November 2020, in Glasgow, UK. On 28 May 2020, the COP Bureau decided that it would take place from 1-12 November 2021, in Glasgow, UK
The United Nations have been holding conferences for every member state to enjoin, beginning with the first Conference of the Parties (COP) 1 in 1995.
Since then, some progress has been made, but significantly less than was required to halt the earth's temperature rising dramatically and melting the ice caps at the poles.
2019 COP 25/ Madrid, Spain
2020 COP 26/ postponed
2021 COP 26/ Glasgow, Scotland 1-12 November
2022 COP 27/ Egypt
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