In Glasgow, twelve countries and territories, including France, pledged to phase out gas and oil.

Boca Gum beyond the oil and gas allianceThis is a summary of recent alliances between countries
COP26 de Glasgow Who will have some
Definitely saw a lot Since opening on October 31st. It is backed by Costa Rica and Denmark and unites twelve countries and regions that are committed to phasing out gas and oil. In addition to the two founding countries, France, Greenland, Ireland, Quebec, Sweden and Wales are full members, and California and New Zealand are two allies.

This alliance, Denmark and Costa Rica had already announced to prepare At the end of last September, the UNr, In the first week, this other coalition of nineteen states and four public actors echoes the need to stop funding fossil energy projects abroad by 2023. At least if these do not put in place techniques that do not work
Carbon capture and storage.

No exact date ஆனால் “but first step”

So the Boca Coalition goes further, as the signatories set a deadline for their oil and gas exploration and extraction activities, the two fossil fuels have not yet been much discussed in the COPs, focusing mainly on coal. “If we are to face the climate crisis, we must plan for a controlled but decisive shutdown of oil and gas production,” recalled Costa Rica’s Environment and Energy Minister Andrea Mesa.

The big drawback is that the Boca Coalition has not yet set an exact date for gas and oil emissions. These twelve members do not include the world’s largest gas and oil producers, and Denmark is one of Europe’s largest hydrocarbon producers. “Boca is the first such alliance, an important first step,” defends Danish Energy Minister Don Jorgensen. As with the first week announcements about fossil fuels, Boca participates in forming a consensus on the need to move away from fossil fuels. “New nations may join the coalition in the coming days,” said Don Jorgensen. We have been having close discussions, especially with Scotland. “It simply came to our notice then.