United Nations Secretary-General September 14 14:11

UN Secretary General Guterres visited the Atlantic Bahamas, hit by a large hurricane, and pointed out that hurricane forces are becoming stronger due to global warming, and urged countermeasures against global warming.

In the Atlantic Bahamas, from the 1st to the 2nd of this month, a large hurricane "Drian" was hit directly, and more than 10,000 houses collapsed, causing serious damage such as 52 victims so far. .

UN Secretary General Guterres visited Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, to commemorate the victims and asked the minister Prime Minister about the damage.

And Secretary General Guterres told reporters, “The climate is in a critical situation. Hurricanes with high power are frequent because of rising sea temperatures.”

On top of that, he said, “This is just the beginning. We must act to deal with climate change,” and urged countries to rush to combat global warming.

Mr. Guterres, the Secretary-General, is intensifying the sense of crisis that global warming is progressing faster than expected.

For this reason, this month, the United Nations will raise the momentum of the international community by opening the Global Warming Summit in line with the United Nations General Assembly in New York.