But it stops short of calling for fossil fuels to be phased out.

That’s angered some campaigners and delegates in Dubai who claim the text doesn’t go far enough towards stopping the worst effects of climate change.

Meanwhile a professor at the University of Surrey says there is no route to net zero without solar power.

Professor Ravi Silva, director of the university’s Advanced Technology Institute says there’s no route to a green energy grid without solar power.

In a press release from the university the Professor says he wants laws setting up large scale plants to make the panels, and solar farms to use them to be expedited urgently.

“Right now, solar panels get stuck behind too many barriers, from planning permission to long waits for a connection to the grid.

Now is not the time to let endless red tape keep Britain in the shade” he said.