Global warming agenda would include 14 different government departments

Prime Minister Nuri Naftrump added a new national security interest to the fight against climate change and passed a series of resolutions on the issue as part of a plan known as “100 Action Items” the prime minister’s office announced Sunday.

Environment Minister Tamar Sandberg said the UN climate change summit, COP26 in Glasgow, was a “catalyst” for approval of the plan.

“The climate crisis is one of the major issues on the world agenda,”Naftali Bennett

“The climate crisis is one of the major issues on the world agenda,” Bennett said referring to it as Israel ‘new National Security Interest

The aim was to promote climate technology innovation, the development of technologies for reducing carbon emissions (CO2) and preparing for climate change, according to the office of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.

In June, the new federal coalition government, led by Bennett set Israel’s goal of slashing greenhouse gas emissions 27 percent by 2030 and 85 percent against 2015 levels through 2050.

The global talks rescheduled last year are scheduled to begin at the end of the month.

Environment Minister Tamar Zandberg said the Israeli government finally showed ‘real commitment’ to the issue after ‘too many years of foot-dragging’

Prime Minister of Israel

The Prime Minister of Israel is the head of government and chief executive of the State of Israel. Israel is a republic with a president as head of state. However, (wikipedia)

Naftali Bennett

Naftali Bennett is an Israeli politician serving as the 13th and current prime minister of Israel since 13 June 2021. He served as Minister of Diaspora Affairs from 2013 to 2019, (wikipedia)

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Thirty-sixth government of Israel

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Tamar Zandberg

Tamar “Tami” Zandberg is an Israeli politician. She currently serves as Minister of Environmental Protection and previously served as a member of the Knesset for Meretz from 2013 to 2021, (wikipedia)