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Plan a new billion investment in the climate - Viji

Plan a new billion investment in the climate – Viji

Promises Erna Can’t Give Up: Erna Solberg tells Viji in New York about her ambitious climate plan. But as caretaker Prime Minister, he will challenge those who run the Jonas Kahar Store and Norway after the Sonasberg government.

New York (VG) Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) plans to double Norwegian aid’s contribution to climate funding by six to 12 billion kroner by 2025. Now follow the government goal of a new Jonas Care Store if they want to.

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On Monday afternoon, Norwegian time, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres will meet with several heads of state for a climate summit in New York. Erna Solberg is taking part in an event that will precede COP26, the big climate conference in Glasgow in October.

A few hours before the climate summit, Erna Solberg met VG in New York on Monday night.

According to Norwegian tradition, the outgoing Norwegian Prime Minister cannot make international promises after an election defeat, he says.

– In order to gain momentum in international climate negotiations, it is necessary to move someone to engage the larger developing countries, Solberg tells Viji.

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– Guterres warns that global warming could reach 2.7 degrees Celsius if climate change is not reduced.

The Solberg government wanted to double Norway’s contribution to climate funding.

Erna Solberg told Vij in New York that when we did not win the election, it was unnatural to bind so much to climate promises.

In the pre-COP 26 work, we received a request from the host country, Great Britain, to try to bid on other countries.

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– When we do not win the election it is unnatural to tie it so much, he adds.

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Double bow

Solberg’s challenge goes directly to the election with the aim of forming a new government, which Labor leader Jonas Kahar works with Store SP and SV:

In government, we have made it clear that we need to double climate funding within the development assistance budget. It was about six billion kroner in 2020. Our target is 12 billion by 2025, he says.

– That’s what we planned. Now the new government must follow suit, Solberg adds.

Anything about climate finance

She insists there is already a lot, which has been put on the table and already destroyed by the starting:

The mechanism of the Paris Agreement was that nations should reconsider their obligations every five years, and prioritize raising their ambitions, but never lowering them. In February 2020, Norway was one of the first countries to report new targets for emissions reduction.

There was this spring too The promise of a climate fund was launched, Which was destroyed by the start: NOK 10 billion will be invested in a new fund in five years, which will invest in renewable energy in developing countries, with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in these countries.

Store Government of Glasgow

Although Erna Solberg and her government will be representing Norway at the UN General Assembly this week, it is a new government that will send its people to the climate conference in Glasgow in early November.

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– This is not a Norwegian championship, but a global intensity. Solberg says a ton of emissions in India would be as harmful as a ton of emissions in Norway.

– With the exception of the fossil age, a lot has been done to get many countries to go straight to the renewable age. But if we do not come to climate change, many other types of aid will be challenged. This, among other things, applies to growing food conditions and the availability of water resources for those affected by extreme weather, he adds.