Ukraine’s PM says, country backs group of global enterprises at COP26
(MENAFN) Ukraine backed a group of global initiatives at the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, in order to sustain the implementation of the second Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC2).
Olha Stefanishyna, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine announced in the round table conference, “During the Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Ukraine supported a number of international initiatives that will help implement the ambitious NDC2. These include the Global Methane Pledge, the Powering Past Coal Alliance, and the Declaration on Forests and Land Use.”
She further said, “Ukraine also supported the ideas of developing clean energy, electric transport, transition to near-zero-emission solution for steel production, the development of hydrogen energy, and sustainable agriculture,” adding that “life after Glasgow. Conclusions and next steps of Ukraine and the world on climate change” in Kyiv on Tuesday, Nov. 23, and reported Ukrinform.
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