The Italian Prime Minister and host of the G20 summit in Rome, Mario Draghi, described the fight against climate change as “the challenge par excellence of our time” and called for the Glasgow conference, which also starts this Sunday.
“Either we act now and are already facing the price of the change, or we will pay a higher price later and run the risk of failure,” he warned at the beginning of the conference against the support of private individuals in the fight against climate change, accompanied by Prince Charles von England.
“We must listen to warnings from the global scientific community, address the climate crisis this decade, and comply with the Paris Agreement.
The Prime Minister has called on the public and private sectors to do their part.
“Governments can set short and long term goals and ensure political, financial and regulatory stability. But they can’t do everything. Private companies are accelerating the adoption of clean technologies, promoting innovation and promoting large-scale production, ”he said.