President Moon Jae-in: Developed countries should share the burden of carbon neutrality in developing countries
China News Service, June 1 According to Korean media reports, the 2nd Global Green Goal Partners 2030 Summit will enter its second day on May 31. President Moon Jae-in of South Korea said that for developing countries that still rely on fossil fuels, it is very difficult to achieve carbon neutrality, and developed countries should extend a helping hand to share the burden of developing countries.
Moon Jae-in pointed out that developed countries and developing countries must understand and realize that each other’s economic and social conditions are different, and it is very important to work together to solve climate problems. He said that South Korea will play a role as a bridge between developing and developed countries, and promised to help developing countries master environmental technology through the United Nations Climate Technology Center and the Network and Green Technology Center, and increase government development assistance for climate and green development ( ODA) and so on.
p > Moon Jae-in pointed out that the shipping industry and ships should also achieve emission reduction targets as soon as possible, and vigorously promote green shipping and ship applications. He reiterated that the United Nations should start discussions on reducing marine plastic garbage as soon as possible.
Moon Jae-in said that the South Korean government is focusing on advancing the “Green New Deal” and plans to invest 65 billion US dollars in support by 2025. Moon Jae-in also introduced projects such as the “World’s Largest Offshore Wind Power Industrial Park” and “Ulsan Floating Offshore Wind Power and Green Hydrogen Energy Production Facilities” in Sinan County, Jeollanam-do, and shared the experience of the “Green New Deal” with all parties.
The 2nd Global Green Goal Partners 2030 Summit opened on the 30th and lasted for two days. Leaders of more than 60 countries and international organizations attended.