In this thought piece for Project Syndicate, UN Special Envoy Agnes Kalibata and Kristina Skierka, CEO of Power For All, write on how the 17 members of the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate generate around 80 per cent of global greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions, and highlights the need for political leaders to do their part in tackling the global issue of food and energy insecurity.
Millions of people from the 16 most climate-vulnerable countries rely on agriculture but lack access to clean energy. Leading countries which generate most of the GHG emissions must do their part to help combat this climate and agriculture challenge.
The UN Food Systems Summit will provide an ideal platform for all countries to come together and find solutions to help the most vulnerable to climate change.
Read the full thought piece on Project Syndicate here..