Leaders appeal for 'urgent action' on environment
By Editor - Thu Mar 14, 5:49 am
World leaders gathered in Kenya on Thursday to lend political muscle to UN environment talks, calling for “urgent action” to slow the destruction of natural habitats and accelerate funding for green development. French President Emmanuel Macron and Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta were among several heads of state in Nairobi for the fourth UN Environment Assembly — a vast gathering of ministers, legal experts, charities and business leaders. “Current global statistics are quite sobering and projections for future generations are dire and demand urgent action,” Kenyatta told delegates.
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