UN chief to resume name to India, G20 nations to spend money on sustainable transition post-COVID


United Nations, August 27

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will renew his name to India and different G20 nations to spend money on a clear, sustainable transition as they recuperate from the COVID-19 pandemic, throughout his digital deal with to The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

Guterres would ship the 19th Darbari Seth Memorial lecture on August 28 organised by TERI, a worldwide think-tank specializing in a broad vary of sustainable improvement and climate-related points, UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric informed reporters on Wednesday.

In his lecture titled ‘The rise of renewables: Shining a light on a sustainable future’, Guterres will renew “his call on G20 countries, including India, to invest in a clean, sustainable transition as they recover from the COVID-19 pandemic”.

G20 consists of 19 particular person nations — together with the US, Russia, China, Japan, Australia, Saudi — plus the European Union.

Dujarric stated Guterres was anticipated to say that as governments mobilise trillions of {dollars} to recuperate from the COVID-19 pandemic, their choices would have local weather penalties for many years.

While Guterres will ship the memorial lecture, India’s Minister for External Affairs S Jaishankar will preside and ship the presidential deal with. The annual lecture was initiated by TERI in 2002 in reminiscence of the institute’s founder Darbari Seth. PTI



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