Climate activist Greta Thunberg said Tuesday “basically nothing” has changed since she started protesting about climate change 18 months ago.
“Pretty much nothing has been done,” Thunberg said at a panel Davos on Tuesday. “Emissions of CO2 has not reduced and that is what we are trying to achieve.”
On 11 November 2019, North Macedonia presented to the Secretariat the final draft of its Energy Strategy 2040, including with the perspective till 2030, which is the first to follow the overall structure of national energy and climate plans (NECPs) in the Energy Community and the timeframe indicated by the related Ministerial Council Recommendation.
This Summit was different because it did not require beautiful speeches, but dedication, ambition and action. Many states and leaders presented bold solutions, policies and actions to ensure that global warming shall not exceed 2˚C, and young inspiring people attracted massive media attention around the world.
Today, 15 ground-breaking projects from around the world were announced as winners of the 2019 United Nations Global Climate Action Award (https://bit.ly/2wORgmC). These projects are some of the world’s best and brightest solutions to climate change, led by communities, governments, businesses and organisations.