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President Joe Biden invites world leaders to join the United States to drive the “fourth industrial revolution” to transform the energy sector, create jobs and overcome the threat of climate change He called for and closed the two-day summit on global warming on April 23.
Biden has succeeded in stimulating greater ambition to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as world leaders prepare for an important UN conference on climate in Glasgow in November. Cast this event as.
Announcements by Japan, Canada, the European Union, the United Kingdom and other countries mean that “half of the world economy is working at the pace it needs to do to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. We do, “says Biden. .. Maintaining warming up to 1.5 degrees Celsius is seen as an important turning point in avoiding the irreversible effects of climate change. Biden emphasized that it was a “no-return point.”
But without action to carry out these commitments, the pledge is “just a lot of heat,” Biden said.
He pointed out the possibility of further climate change between the United States and India, the world’s third-largest greenhouse gas emitter. “I look forward to working with India’s Prime Minister Modi in a new partnership to reach our climate and energy goals and make them a central pillar of this bilateral cooperation,” Biden said. ..
Biden also emphasized the possibility of cooperation with Russia’s Vladimirputin on climate, despite other ongoing US-Russian tensions.
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Biden calls for the Fourth Industrial Revolution to close the Climate Summit
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