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Environment: what have Latin American countries committed to at the climate change summit?


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Climate change is intensifying and now threatens all aspects of human life.

Left unchecked, humanity faces increasingly severe droughts and rising sea levels, which would lead to the mass extinction of species: it would be a catastrophe.

It would also increase the frequency of floods, heat waves, hurricanes and wildfires.

To control it, leaders from around the world have been meeting since November 1 in the city of Glasgow, in the United Kingdom, where the United Nations Conference on Climate Change COP 26 takes place.


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