special messenger for Climate two United States, john kerry, said this Friday, 24 that the country will continue to promote initiatives for clean energy around the world. At the United Nations (UN) “High-Level Dialogue on Energy 2021” event, Kerry strengthened US commitments on the climate issue, including the goal of zero emissions. Carbon By 2050, highlighting the projection that, in the same year, the country’s fleet of vehicles will be fully electric.
Kerry called India a “critical emissions target” nation. According to the envoy, the US will help the country in many ways, especially in the energy sector. They also announced an “Energy Pact”, a plan that includes a series of measures specifically concerning investments in energy efficiency. One of the main areas highlighted in the project is sub-Saharan Africa.
“We have the opportunity to change the world in Glasgow, and we will do so,” the envoy said, referring to COP26, which takes place in the Scottish city in November. Kerry said he hopes the event will contribute to the green transition by creating many benefits, including new jobs.