Today, the climate summit begins
Mexico City- At the beginning of the climate summit, the United States called for the use of renewable energy. President López Obrador, the government pledged to work on “dirty” plants, heard the news in the morning.
“In the United States, the storms that hit us are becoming more and more serious. In California, our fires are getting more and more fierce. It is threatened by rising levels and will also endanger the lives of the people of Central America. Last year, two hurricanes destroyed the community. As a global community, we must act quickly to face this problem together. . Crisis. ”
US Vice President Kamala Harris (Kamala Harris) said: “This will require innovation, and we need to cooperate on a global scale, and will require the use of renewable energy and new technologies.”
Harris said that the use of renewable energy will give every country the opportunity to build healthier communities and stronger economies.
The vice president added: “Here, we believe that tackling climate change and creating jobs can also happen at the same time, and we must recognize the importance of these.”
White House sources informed the European Economic Community yesterday that Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Mexico and Central America in June.
Harris, who has been in charge of immigration issues since March, announced last week that he intends to visit the area as soon as possible to “solve the root cause of immigration.”
So far, it has been reported that the Vice President of the United States will only visit Mexico and Guatemala. The White House has not yet confirmed whether the trip will stop in other northern triangle countries in El Salvador or Honduras.