G20 Meeting: Due to climate change, many countries of the world are witnessing devastation at this time. More than 200 people have died in devastating floods in Europe. At the same time, there is a fire in the forests of America.
G20 Environment Ministers Meeting (G20 Meeting in Italy)
G20 Environment Ministers Meeting: There has been an increase in natural disasters in the world for some time now. Forest fires are burning in the US and Russia, and parts of Western Europe are affected by devastating floods. Meanwhile, environment and energy ministers from the Group of 20 industrialized countries gathered on Thursday for two days of talks ahead of the crucial climate change summit in November. It is hosted by Italy. Italy hopes Naples talks will help adopt ambitious goals at COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland
The organizers have said about this that ‘this is the last best opportunity for the world to bring climate change under control.’ Naples’ meetings on Thursday and Friday are focused on three main themes: biodiversity and the conservation of the oceans; Promoting circular economy (economies with maximum utilization of resources from the perspective of development, society and environment), especially in the fashion and textile sectors and reorganizing the financial system to promote sustainable development (G20 Environment Ministers Meeting) 2021).
Fire in America’s forests too
A release and press conference are expected to be held on Friday. US climate envoy John Kerry is attending the Naples summit and held a preliminary meeting with the host, Italian Environment Minister Roberto Cingolani. The meeting comes at a time when large areas of dry land in the western US and Siberia have been affected by forest fires, and several small towns in Germany and Belgium have been affected by floods that have killed more than 200 people. has gone.
More than 200 people died in floods
Talking about Europe, more than 200 people are reported to have lost their lives due to floods here. Officials said on Friday that search and relief operations were on to find hundreds of missing or threatened people. Authorities in Germany’s Rhineland-Palatinate state said 60 people had died there, 12 of them living in a disability shelter in Sinzig (Europe’s Deadly Floods). Officials in the neighboring North Rhine-Westphalia state put the death toll at 43 and issued a warning that the death toll could rise.
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