The Glasgow Climate Pact, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help countries deal with the devastating impacts of climate change, was agreed last month after a two-week meeting of nearly 200 countries.
Throughout the climate change summit, known as COP26, it was heard of the damage that has been done to the planet, particularly to developing countries.
Scientists also predicted that more catastrophic impacts lie ahead with a looming water crisis, floods, droughts and other water-related disasters on the rise.
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