Commitment to “zero net emissions by 2050”, “decarbonize the energy sector” and vaccines, to donate “one billion doses next year”. These are the findings of the G7 in Corbys Bay, England, the group of 7 most advanced countries in the world. And then we must “accelerate efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions along the way to COP26”. namely the United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change, 1-12 November in Glasgow, Scotland
However, the chairman of the Council of Ministers, Mario Draghi, cautions: “The EU is responsible for only 7% of carbon dioxide emissions, China for 30%, India for 7%, the United States for the same amount or not.” ” ; On the pandemic, on the other hand, he focuses on “the need to allocate a significant part of the investment to reconstruction for a green recovery”.
But not only that: the G7 calls on China to “respect human rights and fundamental freedoms, especially in Xinjiang”, where ethnic minorities such as Turkish Uighurs, Muslims live in a majority country that believes in the traditional Chinese religion. Comes from the Chinese Embassy in East North London. “We believe that countries, big or small, strong or weak, poor or rich, are all equal, and that world affairs should be managed through consultation between countries.”
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson returns to the pandemic, which “does not originate in the laboratory”, according to British scientists.
A note should be of interest to Italy: “The partners of the G7 – underscored Ursula von der Leyen – have decided to phase out coal. The agreement to end global coal financing is a great achievement and a strong message to the world.” Coal returned to the Italian state in a percentage of 60%, as reported on the website of Invitalia, an agency dependent on the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
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