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Hopeful Steve Baker to replace Boris Johnson vows to abandon Britain's energy program: "Disaster"

Steve Baker has announced a bid for Tory's leadership to save Brexit

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Johnson will resign as Prime Minister today, so many conservative lawmakers are in the UK Ring with the goal of becoming the next leader. Steve Baker of High Wycombe, one such MP, recently announced aToryleadership bid that vows to dismantle the policies surrounding climate change and Net Zero. Baker, a councilor of the Global Warming Policy Foundation, one of Britain's leadingclimateskeptical think tanks, has repeatedly expressed hostility to Johnson's green measures.

Talking to the Guardian, he said that measures to stop climate change, such as paying farmers to help the environment, are "on earth in the name of environmentalism. It's an anti-human life. "

He also vowed to expand gas production in the UK because there is "no short-term threat" from the climate crisis.

He also added that he would stop promoting more wind and solar power, explaining:

"Therefore, in order to maintain our standard of living, especially the industry, we need to cover these intermittent sources with something else."

Boris Johnson replacement hopeful Steve Baker vows to tear up UK's energy plans: 'Disaster'

Hopeful Steve Baker to replace Boris Johnson is British energy Discard the plan:'Disaster'(Image: Getty)

Mr Baker slammed Boris Johnson's energy plans

Baker condemned Boris Johnson's energy program(Image: Chris J. Ratcliff / Bloomberg via Getty Image)

Meanwhile, Green MP Caroline Lucas was frightened by the prospect that Mr Baker would lead the government.

She states: "Our climate cannot be the pawn of Tory's leadership psychodrama."

She also said that the Prime Minister with Mr. Baker's view was "in an immeasurable catastrophe." It will be. "

Baker's view is inconsistent with both scientists and economists. Most of them are driving the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources such as wind and solar.

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) argues that the world needs to halve its emissions by 2030.

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The cost of renewable energy has been steadily falling

Renewable energy costs are steadily falling(Image: Express)

Jim Scare, Professor and Co-Chair of Imperial College London The working group, which summarized the evaluations, said: Due to billions of flora and fauna due to climate change caused by human activity.

He said: "Major underwater cities, unprecedented heat waves, horrific storms, widespread water shortages, extinction of millions of plants and animals-this is fiction and exaggeration. No.

"This is what science says is a solution from current energy policies."

The report is clear, but scientists say Said that it would not be too late to limit global warming to 1.5C by 2030.

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Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres warned of large-scale extinction

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guteres warns of a major extinction(Image: RANUABHELAKH / AFP via Getty Images)

IPCC) insists the world must halve emissions by 2030

IPCC needs the world to halve emissions by 2030(Image: Getty)

The report is in its current trajectory. It is estimated that humankind will be on track to exceed 3C of global warming by 2030. This is more than double the 1. 5C limit agreed in 2015 at COP21 in Paris.

Experts also tell that climate change is ready to bring "many water-borne diseases to the UK". Is warned.

They also say that another way climate change affects the UK is to affect the number and species of disease carriers like mosquitoes, and diseases like malaria in the UK. Warned that it could break into.