24th April, 2021
US President Joe Biden's Virtual Summit on the Environment concluded on Friday with a pledge to follow along and bring change. During this time there was also discussion on getting Kenya to get rid of kerosene stove and to increase Israel's battery capacity. Appearing on the big screen, Biden said, "We will go together to achieve the goal." He said this while addressing the heads of power, union leaders and business leaders of all countries. This closing message from Biden also included a sense of support for the helplessness of Kenyan President Uhuru Mugai Kenyatta in a sense of lack of funds. Kenyatta said - Kenya cannot fight the changing weather due to lack, although we have a desire to keep up with the world.
In this conference with participation of 40 countries, the major countries resolved to carry forward this campaign of environmental improvement by creating funds. America will lead this campaign. 40 countries including China, India, Japan, Britain, which emit the most harmful gases participated in the conference. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address on Thursday pledged to fully support this campaign for environmental improvement. While Biden announced to reduce the use of coal and petroleum products in the US to half in the current decade. Said, we have to make our declarations come true. Doing nothing after promising will mean that we will be surrounded by too much hot air and our peace will be relieved. At the summit, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that his country's scientists are advancing the process of manufacturing large batteries powered by solar, wind and other natural sources. probably: It will get success soon. Biden attended the summit from a set of decorated TV talk shows in the East Room of the White House and addressed the world.