Jan 20, 2019 | Updated: 08:39 AM EST

UK Takes Serious Actions On Battling Climate Change

Dec 10, 2015 09:32 PM EST


The United Kingdom handed out a solid plan to battle climate change. The government has created a policy that enables to show other countries the possible solution on how they can cut the greenhouse emission to a lesser percentage.

During his speech in COP21, Prime Minister David Cameron stated the importance of being able to come up with an agreement that will surely save the planet from inevitable peril. Mr. Cameron also said that the deal should have a binding legal mechanism and a 5 year review so they can see how far they've come.

Over the past few years, the U.K. and its people already noticed great number of progress with their fight against climate change. One progress was the fact that Mr. Cameron was able to set a fourth carbon budget and a new EU deal.

The Prime Minister also led a successful negotiation with the leaders of all European nations regarding his plan to cut greenhouse emission by at least 40 percent before the year 2030 comes. The U.K.'s low carbon business sector has already grown over the last few years, and it is now twice as large as the chemicals sector.

Last year, the Prime Minister declared that he believes climate change is a man-made problem. And as a way of showing his green and Earth-friendly government, he cited the first green investment back and nuclear power station plans as examples. He also stated that by building the first nuclear power station in the country for the last 30 years, they were already able to cut the carbon emissions emitted by the government by at least 14 percent.

The Prime Minister also signed a major pledge to take vital actions on climate change last Febuary this year. He also stressed how important it is in the plans to be successful so that some immediate and better results will be felt by the people.

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