Chairman To us, Joe Biden, On Friday (26), invited President Jair Bolzano and 39 world leaders to attend a climate meeting. The so-called “Climate Leaders’ Summit” will take place on April 22 and 23 and will be broadcast live with live coverage.
The event is intended to be a preparation for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change COP26, Scheduled for November 1 to 12 in Glasgow Scotland (See details below).
The call was made official in a statement posted on the White House website. The other guests were the Chancellor Angela Merkel, Gives Germany, And the French President, Emmanuel Macron. Bolzano exchanged reviews with the two in 2019 About Amazon.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel – Photo: Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters
Potential participants will include members Great savings forum on energy and climateIt covers 17 countries responsible for global greenhouse gas emissions and about 80% of global GDP. Brazil is part of this list (See all members at the end of this report).
Was invited to the meeting Norway, Erna Solberg, Who, along with Merkel and Macron, in January, Request for assistance from 9 former Brazilian environment ministers for forest. In the text, written soon The collapse of the health system in Manas, The former minister said, “Brazilian Amazon is currently plagued by a double public, environmental and health catastrophe.”
Erna Solberg – Photo: Audon Prostod / AFP
Norwegian major donation Amazon Finance, With approximately 94% funding. In 2019, the country prevented the transfer of $ 132.6 million to the fund After Brazil announced its intention to change the structure of a financial deforestation committee and allocate resources to compensate landowners. At the time, the Nordic country was listening Companies operating in Brazil to test whether Amazon is being harmed.
A Germany, the second-largest donor, has also suspended Onlanding. Together, Both countries account for almost all of the funding; Only 0.5% comes from Petropras.
For the April meeting, Biden also invited the heads of state Demonstrates strong climate leadership, Are Particularly vulnerable to climatic influences Or conspire Innovative paths to a zero net emission economy Greenhouse gas emissions. A small number of business and civil society leaders will also participate (See the guests at the end of the story).
U.S. emissions targets
Smoke came from Northern California in September 2020 – Photo: Nova Berger / AB Photo
No April event, The United States will announce its U.S. goal of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The goal of emissions targets is for each country to set its own national goal This prevents the planet’s temperature from rising by more than 1.5ºC compared to pre-industrial conditions.
Keeping global warming below 1.5ºC is one of the established goals Paris Agreement. November, Former US President Donald Trump has officially announced his retirement from the US – What He already announced three years ago.
In January, when I accepted the presidency, Biden signed an executive law that reunited the United States.
In the call, the White House Climate Leaders’ Summit says it “emphasizes the urgency and economic benefits of strong climate action.” Biden called on the leaders to use the meeting as an “opportunity to outline how their countries can contribute to the strong climate ambition”.
The note states that the meeting will be “an important milestone” on the way to COP26. The summit also exemplifies how “Advanced Climate Ambition will create better paying jobs, promote innovative technologies and help vulnerable countries adapt to climate impacts”.
See the main themes of the meeting:
- attempts Mobilize the world’s major economies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions Greenhouse during this decade, to keep the temperature limit within 1.5ºC;
- Raising funds from the public and private sectors Will increase the shift to zero net emission e Help vulnerable countries to deal with climate impacts;
- You Economic benefits of climate action, With a strong emphasis on job creation, ensuring that all communities and workers benefit from the transition to a new clean energy economy;
- Boost Transformation technologies They can help reduce emissions and adapt to climate change as they create new economic opportunities and build future businesses;
- To present Sub-national and non-government actors Will work closely with national governments to ensure a green recovery and promote an equal vision and ambition and regression to control global warming to 1.5ºC;
- Discuss opportunities for empowerment Ability to protect lives and livelihoods from the effects of climate changeAddress the global security challenges posed by climate change and the role of nature-based solutions to achieve net zero emissions targets by 2050.
See a list of invited leaders:
- South Africa: President Madame Cyril Ramaphosa *
- Germany: President Angela Merkel *
- Antigua and Barbuda: Prime Minister Gaston Brown
- Saudi Arabia: King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
- Argentina: President Alberto Fernandez
- Australia: Prime Minister Scott Morrison *
- Bangladesh: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
- Brazil: President Jair Bolzano *
- Bhutan: Prime Minister Lotte Shering
- Canada: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau *
- Chile: President Sebastian Pinera
- China: President Xi Jinping *
- European Commission: President Ursula van der Leyen *
- Council of Europe: President Charles Michael
- Colombia: President Ivan Duke
- South Korea: President Moon Jae-in *
- Denmark: Prime Minister Matteo Frederickson
- United Arab Emirates: President Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan
- Spain: Prime Minister Point Sanchez
- France: President Emmanuel Macron *
- Gabon: President Ali Bongo Ondimba
- India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi *
- Indonesia: President Joko Widodo *
- Israel: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
- Italy: Prime Minister Mario Draghi *
- Jamaica: Prime Minister Andrew Holmes
- Japan: Prime Minister Yoshihide Suka *
- Mexico: President Andres Manuel Lோpez Obrador *
- Nigeria: President Muhammad Buhari
- Norway: Prime Minister Erna Solberg
- New Zealand: Prime Minister Jacinta Artern
- Poland: President Andrzej Duda
- Kenya: President Uhuru Kenyatta
- United Kingdom: Prime Minister Boris Johnson *
- Republic of the Marshall Islands: President David Capua
- Democratic Republic of the Congo: President Felix Cicedi
- Russia: President Vladimir Putin *
- SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
- Turkey: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
- Vietnam: President Nguyen Boogie
* Members of the Large Savings Forum on Energy and Climate. The European Union, of which Poland, Denmark and Spain are members. The United States is the 17th country not on the list.