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At the Major Economies Forum, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau proposes concrete climate action

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau virtually attended the fourth Leaders-level Major Economies Forum (MEF) on Energy and Climate on April 20 with the intention of accelerating collective efforts to maintain a 1.5-degree Celsius limit on climate warming. In the lead-up to COP28, the event set the tone for an ambitious year of climate action.

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At the Gathering, facilitated by the Leader of the US, Joe Biden, the State head joined pioneers from the world’s significant economies: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Egypt, Germany, the European Commission, Indonesia, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Türkiye, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom are the countries included in this list. In addition, there were attendees from China, France, India, Italy, Saudi Arabia, and His Excellency António Guterres, the UN Secretary-General.

In his comments, the Head of the state featured Canadian environment aspiration and authority, remembering for contamination evaluating. As the G7 country with the biggest level of emanations decrease beginning around 2019, Canada is exhibiting a make way to convey steady employments and financial development, while battling the environment emergency. The Top state leader welcomed different nations to join these endeavors and join Canada’s Worldwide Carbon Valuing Challenge.

Other measures that Canada is taking to address the climate crisis while simultaneously expanding its economy were also highlighted by Prime Minister Trudeau, such as accelerating progress on zero-emission vehicles. Also, the Top state leader communicated help on work to assist with developing clean energy assets, end deforestation universally, and lessen non-CO2 ozone depleting substance emanations.

Prior to COP28, the Prime Minister made the announcement that Canada will participate in the Methane Finance Sprint in order to raise funds to assist developing nations in dealing with this potent greenhouse gas. He also said that Canada will give Fiji and Samoa, two Small Island Developing States in the Pacific, $3.5 million over three years to help them meet their Paris Agreement goals for reducing methane emissions.

State leader Trudeau likewise noted help for the send off of the Carbon The board Challenge and for a strong renewal of the Montreal Convention’s Multilateral Asset to boost early activity on hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) decreases. Last but not least, the Prime Minister made the most of the opportunity to express Canada’s enduring support for the ongoing efforts to enhance the multilateral development banks’ capacity to address global issues like climate change.

The Prime Minister was looking forward to continuing to collaborate with the major economies, making progress toward COP28, providing citizens with high-quality employment opportunities, robust economies, and a healthy environment worldwide.

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