Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections, but are “very clear” about the scale of the crisis.
In a speech on Wednesday, Labor’s shadow business secretary, Ed Miliband, said Britain and other nations were “miles away” before the UN conference in Glasgow next month.
And talking about Mr. Johnson’s vacation, he will say: “Now is the time for the Prime Minister to take his sun off, become a politician and make Glasgow the success we need.”
Senior Labor MP Johnson’s government will also be criticized for failing to help the industry adapt to Britain’s energy crisis.
“Ministers are turning to each other when they have to go outside to engage with the industry and intervene,” he said. “We can’t sit back and watch the whole of British industry go to the wall.”
Former Labor leader – who attended the 2009 UN Climate Summit in Copenhagen. Climate change The Secretary will say that Mr. Johnson’s government has failed to properly determine what Cop26 should achieve.
World leaders are under pressure to take action to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement by keeping global temperatures below 2C before industrial levels and setting a target of 1.5C – beyond the worst effects of climate change. Will be noticed.
Mr Miliband says we need to reduce emissions by 12 billion tonnes a year by 2030 to meet the 2C target and 28 billion tonnes to achieve the 1.5C target. But based on current commitments, there will be a maximum reduction of only four billion tons by 2030.
“We need to be clear about the fact that we are barely a fortnight away from the start of Cop26. We are miles away from where we need to be.
“We cannot make Cop26 a Greenwash Summit … Above all, finally, in the eleventh hour, the Prime Minister must take this summit as seriously as he deserves.”
Mr Miliband will be referring to the UK’s trade agreement with Australia, which does not include promises of Paris temperatures, and a possible new coal mine in Cumbria, as the British government is urging other countries to buy coal. Eliminate dependence on
He will criticize Johnson’s government for cutting its aid budget when trust between developing and developed countries is key. He argues that “the government has, at best, been instrumental in making the world inactive.”
The Green Party, meanwhile, is urging the government to impose a carbon tax on Cop26, calling it “the biggest lever” to change society.
Greens suggest that taxes should start at £ 100 per tonne of carbon dioxide, rising to 500 per tonne by 2030. The party claimed that the production of the tax would provide a “profit”, which would prevent poor Britons from being affected by higher costs. .
COP 26 President Alok Sharma said the promises made by the G20 countries in Glasgow would be “made or broken” to maintain the goal of global warming reaching 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Mr Sharma said the summit should be the culmination of negotiations that would drive growing ambitions by 2030, and provide امداد 100 billion a year in financial aid to poor countries.
In a speech in Paris on Tuesday, less than three weeks after Cop26, Mr Sharma warned leaders of major economies such as China: “I tell these G20 leaders they should only go beyond Cop26.”
Chancellor Rishi Sink is expected to use the G7 finance ministers’ meeting in Washington on Wednesday to urge developed economies to take steps to reduce carbon emissions.
Mr Sink will also urge the G7 countries to increase their assistance to weaker countries. But the chancellor has come under fire for trying to save billions of pounds by “recycling” funds from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).