1) GLOBAL FORUM: It is a prove that humanity’s great challenges (especially the “Climate Crisis” and other serious environmental problems) overcome the sovereignty of nations. Even if one party does the right thing to solve them, if the others do it wrong, it won’t help. Although the small island of Samoa (and other Pacify islands of the Pacific) totally renounce fossil fuels, they will also sink into the sea if all other states do not act. And these forums are, at a minimum, steps forward or necessary attempts to establish frameworks for discussion and negotiation of global agreements in the face of global emergencies and strategies.
2) GREAT AWARENESS ACTION: Only its celebration puts on the agenda the magnitude of the problem and causes the entire world society to be aware of proven information and the need to take action and act immediately, both by governments and large companies, and on the part of each citizen in their daily lives.
3) UNIT OF MEASUREMENT: Although it is a disappointment, even if no key agreements are reached, although a large part of the agreements taken are breached, even if the measures to be taken are postponed, and even if it is considered by many as a scam; when the COP is held, there is at least one UNIT OF MEASURE from which all societies, governments and organizations can verify how much we fail, how much we cheat, how much we don’t comply and how much we procrastinate.
But we can only demand if we also demand to ourselves. Therefore, whatever the final decisions of governments at COP25, and whatever applications they make of them, each of us must ask ourselves as of today what we are going to change from our habits of life, and in what are we going to commit while we demand to the world leaders to take more effective measures. Only in this way will we arrive at COP26 with greater pressure and more force on the part of all citizens, and will cause world leaders to really put themselves in the task of saving the planet and all humanity with it.