Global leaders urged to shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy for climate resilience – Times of India

The latest report from the International Development Charity, Christian Aid, emphasizes the urgent need to stop the exploitation of fossil fuel resources such as coal, oil, and gas for energy and to invest in renewable energy sources to combat climate change. The report warns that the recent COP28 summit resulted in a loss of $41 billion due to extreme weather events caused by severe climate change. The report also calls for wealthy nations to establish a “loss and damage fund” to support countries most affected by climate disasters. It highlights the disproportionate impact of climate change on vulnerable populations, particularly in developing countries. The report stresses the importance of financial assistance from wealthy nations to address climate change and support those most affected by its consequences. The report also underscores the need for immediate action to mitigate the effects of climate change and protect vulnerable communities.


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