PM Browne to address Climate Ambition Summit

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Prime Minister Gaston Browne will be among the speakers when the UK, UN and France  co-host the Climate Ambition Summit, in partnership with Chile and Italy, on Dec. 12, the fifth anniversary of the landmark Paris Agreement.

The Summit will provide a platform for leaders to announce ambitious new commitments under the Paris Agreement, and will also feature announcements from non-state actors, including civil society, business, academia, indigenous groups and young people.

The Summit will be an important moment to drive forward collective action as we move towards COP26. It will be an opportunity for leaders to bring forward new commitments that put us firmly on a greener, more resilient, and sustainable path – and put the world on track to deliver global net-zero emissions and limit global temperature rise to 1.5C.

The Summit will be a mix of speeches and creative film content produced by WWF and Silverback Productions, with opening addresses from UN Secretary General António Guterres; UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson; French President Emmanuel Macron; Chilean President Sebastián Piñera; and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.

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  1. In the 1990s, the United Nations drafted “Agenda 21” — their plan for defeating climate change. In 2015, it was re-branded by socialists into “Agenda 30,” but neither had anything to do with global warming and everything to do with using it to reshape our political world.

    Starting last year, the push for Agenda 30 wasn’t just about climate change, but about fighting future global pandemics as well. In October 2019, some of the world’s most powerful business and political leaders met to discuss how to prepare for such a crisis.

    And now we have the coronavirus outbreak reaching every corner of the world. It’s becoming clearer everyday that socialists are going to use this pandemic to achieve their ultimate goal: global control.
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