The United States wants to halve its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 2005. US President Joe Biden announced this at a virtual climate summit with 40 world leaders.
The White House says the president’s ‘ambitious new goal’ has a significant impact on the US government, and that other countries are making more efforts. The Biden Climate Summit is in preparation for a climate conference to be held in Glasgow later this year.
“It’s been a limited decade,” Biden said in his opening remarks. “America is not waiting. We are taking action.” “Nothing costs money,” the president warned. ‘Symptoms are undeniable, science is undeniable. Doing nothing will increase costs, ”Biden told the White House on Thursday. ‘We all need to take action. We must hurry. No country can solve this crisis on its own. ‘As far as Pitan is concerned, there are also economic opportunities for confiscation. Among other things, he mentioned an energy change and the expansion of electric cars and other modes of transport. He says investing in them creates millions of good-paying jobs.
With these new goals in mind, the Biden government is adhering to the obligations set out at the 2015 Paris Climate Summit, where it was agreed that members should review their climate goals every five years.
Chinese President Xi Jinping reiterated China’s climate promises, including a transition to renewable energy. The country aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also banged on. He has grown into one of the greenest government leaders in the world in no time. This week, Johnson announced that British emissions should be reduced to no less than 78 percent by 2035. In doing so, it seeks to present a major effort to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. So Johnson says Pitton’s promise is one The one who changes the game.
In 2015, under then-President Barack Obama, the United States promised to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 26 to 28 percent from 2005 to 2025. Climate organizations and industry representatives had called for a new US administration. The new climate target for 2030 is at least 50 percent.
Reducing US emissions by half will have major consequences for the economy. He writes that the use of fossil fuels should then be significantly reduced The New York Times. It is also unclear whether there is enough political support to implement such drastic reforms. Republicans are already skeptical.
Fighting climate change is one of Pitton’s priorities. One of the first things he did as president was to sign an order to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement. Under former President Donald Trump, the United States pulled out of the deal.
On Tuesday night, the European Parliament and member states reached an agreement on a climate law that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55 percent by 2030 (compared to 1990).