Argentina proclaims better dedication in reduction of climate change

(MENAFN) On Saturday, Dec. 12, Argentine leader Alberto Fernandez proclaimed the state’s new dedication to decreasing greenhouse gas discharges by 2030 and to supporting communities’ adaption to the results of climate change.

The president stated in the Climate Ambition Summit through video link: “Climate change is a reality that is affecting humanity as a whole and that requires immediate and coordinated action from leaders around the world.”

“The world’s reconstruction in the post-pandemic era is the opportunity we have to advance in this sense, where international cooperation and multilateralism play leading roles,” stated Fernandez.

The president further stated in his speech: “Argentina reaffirms its commitment to the Paris Agreement and adopts climate change as a state policy,” highlighting that Argentina has invested around USD15 billion, with global financing, in alleviation and adjustment actions.


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