Vietnam President Nguyen Xuan Phuc claims local climate disasters have taken hundreds of life in his nation, which he states is “suffering immensely from increasing sea levels.”

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari suggests his governing administration has carried out programs to changeover from use of wood stoves to kerosene and other power sources.

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta calls on rich nations to lead at minimum $100 billion to address weather improve.

Opening the last session of the two-working day digital world climate summit, President Joe Biden says he needs to shift the dialogue from local climate threat to financial opportunities.

Biden stated Friday, “This is a minute for all of us to construct improved economies for our youngsters, our grandchildren.”

Biden states The us “is the moment once more stepping into a management role” and pledges to cooperate with other nations in researching and deploying new strategies to decarbonize essential industries.

Biden suggests potential work will include installing electric powered-car charging stations, manufacturing solar panels, investigating sustainable farming techniques and working in other new industries. But he suggests economic transitions shouldn’t leave other employees at the rear of. He claims, “We will have to guarantee that staff who thrived in yesterday’s and today’s industries” also have a vivid upcoming.