What if your birthday was celebrated at a time when most of the world was busy?
That’s the scenario that could unfold for you if the United Nations goes ahead with its plans to hold a conference next month.
The conference is aimed at reaching a global agreement on global warming that will set the global temperature goal of 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit).
The United Nations Climate Change Conference will be held from Sept. 23 to Dec. 1 in Marrakesh, Morocco.
It will be attended by governments, business leaders and scientists from around the world.
This year’s conference, which was originally scheduled for March, has been postponed because of the threat of a tropical cyclone that’s threatening to move from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.
However, it will still be held.
It’s not clear when it will be rescheduled.
The U.N. says the conference will focus on the impact of climate change on countries, economies and society.
Its members will gather in Marrakech for talks and discussions on how to respond to the crisis.
It’s the latest move in a long-running fight to keep the U.S. from breaching the 2-degree temperature goal.
But President Donald Trump has been accused of failing to take the climate issue seriously.
His administration is trying to roll back regulations and reduce the use of fossil fuels.