John Kerry, the U.S. president’s special envoy on climate, on Tuesday urged world leaders to speed up efforts to combat the climate crisis, saying the policy response to it had been “a complete failure” for more than three decades.

Kerry is overseas on a tour of several European nations to galvanize support in advance of the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow, Scotland, later this year.

To end Joe Biden’s, Kerry produced a global to-do list, based on science’s recommendations-and proposing at least a 45 percent reduction in global emissions since 2030 in order to get the world on track to net zero by mid-century.

Earth is already 1.2 degrees Celsius (1.4 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than pre-industrial levels, and when it exceeds a 1.5-degree threshold, millions more are exposed to extreme heatwaves, droughts, and floods, scientists say.

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