The United States intends to hold an international summit on combating climate change on April 22-23.
The US President’s Special Climate Envoy, John Kerry, will travel to London, Brussels, and Paris on March 8-10, discussing preparations for the Washington-convened summit on combating climate change. This is stated in a statement issued by the press service of the State Department.
In London, Kerry will meet with government officials responsible for organizing the 26th Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change, held in Glasgow in November. Consultations with European Commission officials and French authorities are scheduled in Brussels and Paris, respectively.
The United States intends to hold an international summit on combating climate change on April 22-23. Earlier, the US authorities informed that the event would be dedicated to consolidating efforts to reduce harmful emissions into the environment. The White House report does not contain information about which heads of state will be invited. Details about the format are also not provided.