He will maintain consultations on rising local weather ambition forward of President Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate April 22-23.
The U.S.’s Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, John Kerry, will journey to New Delhi, Dhaka and Abu Dhabi throughout April 1-9, the State Department introduced on Wednesday, confirming reviews in The Hindu, from final week.
The goal of the journey is for “ consultations on increasing climate ambition ahead of President Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate April 22-23 and the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change later this year,” a State Department assertion stated.
Countries get together to the 2015 Paris Agreement on local weather are anticipated to announce new Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) – emissions targets – earlier than the COP26 assembly in Glasgow in November. The U.S. is predicted to announce its new 2030 targets quickly.
“What we do in the realm of climate, of course, has implications for the broader globe because, of course, we are one of the world’s largest emitters. But we also set an example, and we are seeking to raise that climate ambition by not only asking countries to make these commitments themselves, but also to lead by example. And I suspect in the coming weeks you will hear more about the example we intend to set …” State Department Spokesperson Ned Price stated on Wednesday in response to a query on what the U.S. was planning on doing to curb its emissions.