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Countries asked to reduce cooling emissions by 68% by 2050

The pledge will be announced at the upcoming COP28 summit and is expected to impose regulations on the cooling industry.

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Reuters reported that countries such as the US, India, and China have been asked to reduce cooling emissions by 68% by 2050.

With the COP28 summit just around the corner, leading economies are urged to tackle the problem more efficiently as the world warms up.

Gloria Dickie is Global Climate & Environment Correspondent for Reuters

The Global Cooling Pledge

The Global Cooling Pledge focuses on the cooling industry that has just started to grow.

The pledge will be announced at the upcoming COP28 summit and is expected to impose regulations on the cooling industry.

The cooling sector accounts for about 7% of the world’s GHG emissions and is expected to increase threefold by 2050 as the world continuously warms up.

The COP28 summit

The United Nations Conference of the Parties is scheduled for 12 December in Dubai.

The cooling industry will be on the agenda, and countries will be pressed to curb the emissions as they directly threaten the survival of humanity.

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