The President of Vietnam said that by 2045, Vietnam will increase the share of renewable energy to 30%

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Vietnamese President Nguyen Xuan Phuc stated at the meeting that Vietnam will significantly reduce coal power generation and rapidly increase the proportion of renewable energy in the total primary energy supply to 20% by 2030 and 30% by 2045. . As part of the virtual summit of climate leaders, Nigerian President Muhammadu Bukhari, Polish President Andrzej Duda and Spanish President Pedro Sánchez are included. The overall economic benefits of climate action committed to creating jobs include the economic benefits of environmental restoration and long-term decarbonization, as well as the importance of ensuring that all communities and workers benefit from the clean energy transition. During the meeting, President Fokker expressed his appreciation for the return of the United States to the Paris Agreement and said that he believes that President Biden’s re-leadership and firm commitment to the opening of the summit, coupled with joint efforts, will make all countries better. it is good. Ways to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. Fokker said that climate change is undoubtedly a major survival crisis for many countries and our planet. In Vietnam alone, last year’s extreme weather conditions claimed hundreds of lives and reversed decades of poverty eradication. The Mekong Delta is a rice bowl for Vietnam. It has 20 million Vietnamese. It has been severely hit by rising sea levels, especially during the transition to a green economy with no net emissions, which is the inevitable trend of limiting global warming to 1.5% degrees Celsius.He said that this is a challenge, but it will undoubtedly bring huge opportunities and benefits to job creation, energy security, and improving economic competitiveness and sustainability. Vietnam is determined to take this path. At the same time, we need to develop a road map for developing countries that still have many challenges. In his speech, he emphasized three main issues, including a just and inclusive transition, that is, “ensure equal access to opportunities and benefits, which makes people the focus of attention and keeps no one behind.” Developed countries must continue to work to reduce emissions, while providing more specific support to developing countries including Vietnam in terms of finances, new technology development, high-quality and efficient infrastructure, and job creation. -We welcome and look forward to the support of the US International Climate Finance Program and other agreements to international financial institutions, including international companies and international companies. Achieving climate goals must be adapted to the conditions of each country, including the needs of changing lifestyles, production and working methods. He said that these efforts should be incorporated into national development strategies and plans. Every country must make efforts and make effective use of international aid and resources.He said that a national mechanism for monitoring and evaluating implementation is also needed to improve sustainability. Vietnam is making every effort to contribute to global action. We quickly submitted a Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) and incorporated it into national regulations for implementation. “By 2030, we hope to reduce emissions from internal resources by 9%. With bilateral and multilateral support, this will account for 27%.” Vietnam will reduce its GDP’s greenhouse gas emission intensity by nearly 15% and agricultural methane emissions by 10% by 2030. Vietnam launched a plan earlier this month to plant 1 billion trees by 2025. Fokker said: “By 2030.

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