✔️ At the Summit, the leaders of 120 countries discussed further actions to combat global warming and the state of implementation of previously adopted decisions.
✔️ The Summit result was the Climate Pact, which was signed by delegations from almost 200 countries. Glasgow Climate Pact: https://unfccc.int/sites/default/files/resource/cma3_auv_2_cover%20decision.pdf  
✔️ The main goal of the Climate Pact is to achieve the maximum reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
✔️ The pact provides a gradual reduction in the use of coal as the most environmentally destructive fossil fuel. Analysis of work performed on a more regular basis. In addition, the countries have pledged to stop deforestation by 2030.
✔️ The Climate Pact also provides the allocation of funds to developing countries to help them adapt to climate change. However, this point is considered to be controversial by representatives of those countries, as they have not yet fulfilled the previous agreement to allocate them USD 100 billion to combat global warming.
✔️ Among other things, the document recognizes the need to reduce global carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 compared to the 2010 level.
➡️ Some commitments concerning Ukraine:
➖ Ukraine has signed the Global Initiative to Reduce Methane Emissions by 2030 by 30%. 
➖ Ukraine has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance, and has announced its abandonment of coal by 2035.
➖Ukraine has pledged to stop deforestation by 2030.
➖Ukraine plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.
➖It is planned to reduce emissions by 2030 by 26% compared to 2019, by abandoning fossil fuels and switching to RES. Regarding the reduction of emissions from the energy sector, energy efficiency measures are important: insulation of buildings, construction of buildings with close to zero energy consumption, new standards for the use of electricity in enterprises.
➖ On the way to decarbonisation, Ukraine plans to increase the share of nuclear generation to 70%, which should replace coal-fired power plants.
➖The share of renewable energy should increase to 25%, – noted Energoreforma.