G20 Summit: G20 countries agreed to reduce global temperature by 1.5 degrees
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The G20 countries have agreed to reduce the global temperature by 1.5 degrees amid concerns of global warming. The world leaders of the G20 have agreed to the agreement.
G20 Italy tweeted, “The Heads of the G20 Delegation began the second day of the G20 Rome Summit with a visit to the Trevi Fountain, an iconic landmark in the city, one of the most beautiful fountains in the world.”
Prince Charles said the UN climate summit, which began Sunday in Glasgow, Scotland, is “truly the last chance to save the earth.”
He further said, “Governments should play a leading role, but the solution we seek lies with the private sector.”
PM Modi visits Trevi Fountain with leaders
Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with other world leaders visited the famous Trevi Fountain on Sunday. The Trevi fountain is one of the most visited places in Italy. At the invitation of Italian Prime Minister Mario Dregi, the Prime Minister is attending the G20 Summit in Rome from 30 to 31 October.