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While every country has a responsibility, major economies do have a special duty to the least developed and most vulnerable countries to tackle climate change, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said.

In her state of the union address (SOTEU) in the European Parliament on September 15s by any means a simple or an easy answer. But I think what we, von der Leyen said the events of the summer only served to explain why the bloc needs to step up efforts to reduce emissions.

“We saw floods in Belgium and Germany. And wildfires burning from the Greek islands to the hills in France. And if we don’t believe our own eyes, we only have to follow the science,” she said, reminding that the UN recently published the IPCC report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. It is the authority on the science of climate changefollowed internationally.. “The report leaves no doubt. Climate change is man-made. But since it is man-made, we can do something about it. As I heard it said recently:? It’s warming. It’s us. We’re sure. It’s bad. But we can fix it. And change is already happeningBritish Columbia. More electric vehicles than diesel cars were registered in Germany in the first half of this year.? Poland is now the EU’s largest exporter of car batteries and electric buses. Or take the New European Bauhaus that led to an explosion of creativity of architects, designers, engineers across our Union. So clearly something is on the move,” the EU Commission President said.

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