Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina called for collective efforts and action-oriented approach for building greener future for the next generation as she placed three suggestions at P4G Summit.
“We, the participating leaders in the P4G Summit, need to work more closely towards a greener future for our next generation, she said.
In her recorded speech broadcast in the ‘Leader’s Session’ of the two-day Second Partnering for Green Growth and Global Goals-P4G Summit held at Seoul, Seoul-T’Ukpyolsi, Republic of Korea from Sunday.
For building greener future, she in her first suggestion said that the P4G needs to campaign more about its action-oriented approach, engaging more financiers, innovators, policymakers and creative entrepreneurs in the five P4G focus areas, and share best practices.
The Prime Minister secondly stressed the need for achieving green growth and global goals 2030, in addition to whole-of-society approach.
As the chair of the Climate Vulnerable Forum-CVF and the host to the South Asian office of Global Centre on Adaptation, Sheikh Hasina said that Bangladesh’s key focus is to uphold the interests of the climate vulnerable countries and promote locally-led adaptation solutions.
The 2021 P4G Seoul Summit is being held on the theme: Inclusive Green Recovery Towards Carbon Neutrality with participation of 60 leaders of the member states and numerous international organisations.
The Summit aims to position P4G (Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030) as a delivery mechanism to build back better and greener in this decade of actions and will be a stepping-stone to UNFCCC COP 26 and set the pace for the decade of action.