While Europe is struggling with extreme heat and forest fires, United Nations (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres, addressing the Petersberg Climate Dialogue held in Berlin, the capital of Germany, with a video message, gave important messages on climate change.

Guterres underlined that half of humanity is in the danger zone due to floods, droughts, storms and forest fires, and no nation is immune to them. Yet we continue to feed our dependence on fossil fuels. What bothers me most is our inability to work together as a multilateral community as we face this global crisis. Nations continue to play the blame game instead of taking responsibility for our common future. We cannot go on like this. This should be 10 years of decisive climate action. This means trust, multilateralism and cooperation. We have a choice. Mass action or mass suicide. He said it’s up to us.

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