the government of thailand calls on international organizations and to countries that keep their promises to help the country reach its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
During a two-day meeting of the Thailand Climate Action Conference (TCAC), Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Varawut Silpa-archa reminded participants that they must keep their promises to help the kingdom limit carbon emissions. greenhouse gases. He also stressed the importance of moving quickly to provide financial packages, technology transfers and capacity building, as previously promised by international communities.
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The Natural Resources Minister said Thailand has agreed with the international community to cut emissions 30% to 40% by 2030, while receiving pledges to support Thailand’s goal through a framework known as Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action. . He added that the government is working to cope with the impact of climate change by reducing emissions in the transport, agriculture and industry sectors. However, he stressed that these actions will not be successful without international support.
He also stressed the importance of acting quickly
Thailand’s long-term greenhouse gas emissions development strategy will be presented to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change during the 27th Conference of the Parties, or Cop27, in November. The government aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and net greenhouse gas emissions by 2065.