We are less than a month away from the COP 26- the crucial climate change negotiations taking place in Glasgow at the beginning of November and which will see world leaders meet to debate strategies and measures to address the climate crisis.
“This is really worrisome,” Democratic Senator Chris Coons of Delaware told CNN.
All nations deserve the right to grow and lift their peoples out of poverty.
Biden will be there as will his counterparts on climate, John Kerry, who has met with other world leaders to express ambitions before the meeting.
To do that, President Biden needs to get his climate agenda across Congress.
Biden’s message throughout the year was that America was back and ready to lead the world on climate after the Biden administration quit the Paris Accord.
We look to Italy, notably in its role as current G20 Chairman, to fulfil a pledge made at Global Citizen Live to step up its engagement in coming weeks.
.@Statsmin Mette Frederiksen Thank you for your support of #GlobalCitizenLive "The green transition is a challenge, but also an opportunity for a better future for all nations.." @GlblCtzn's agree, now is the time #ClimateChange action! Looking to the @g20org to follow suit! pic.twitter.com/FlyH4wwvq3
— Global Citizen Impact (@GlblCtznImpact) September 26, 2021