US Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry affirmed the United States’ commitment to implementing its commitments to confront climate change, explaining that his country is focusing on this matter despite the wave of inflation that all regions of the world are witnessing.
He added during a press conference, on the sidelines of the COP27 climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh: “We have a working team linked to every government agency and also we are working on many local components and President Baden talked about partnerships and we shed light on what happened as a result of inflation .. and therefore we are trying Fulfilling commitments and assisting other countries in confronting climate change and benefiting from technology.
And John Kerry continued: “President Joe Biden called for measures to confront climate change and reduce methane emissions by 2030. We are following this up all over the world. We talked about the efforts that countries are implementing to stop carbon emissions.. and provide support to the private sector. The most vulnerable countries can withstand the climate crisis, and we are supporting a series of partnerships in Sharm El Sheikh.”
He continued: “We support energy projects in Egypt.. Egypt has prepared a platform that talks about the best ways to reduce emissions and find a way for the world to reach “zero emissions” and reduce the use of fossil fuels, pointing out that there is a tendency to use gas produced in Egypt and use it in European countries. …and Egypt has committed to building solar power plants with a capacity of 10 megawatts, in cooperation with the United States, Germany and the European Bank for Reconstruction, and Germany will provide a loan in this regard.”