Tuvalu’s foreign minister delivered a speech in front of a kneeling electorate to underline the idea that his country is at the forefront of the fight against the energy crisis.
Simon Kofe came out live from his country to speak at the Glasgow climate summit, wearing a suit and collar but with his feet dipped in water, to highlight sea level rise in his country .
“This is the real situation that Tuvalu is facing because of the impact of climate change,” Kofe said in a video message.
During the climate summit, many countries that are considered to be the biggest polluters have pledged to reduce their emissions by 2050. But the leaders of the Pacific countries have called for even more drastic measures, stressing that it depends on this. the survival of their states.
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