The Israeli government gave its approval this Sunday Develop a national plan to tackle climate change, reduce carbon emissions by 2030 and 2050 and focus on technological innovations.
Chief Minister, Naphtali Bennett Announced this struggle “A New National Security Interest”, And COP26 did not observe the climate summit It is scheduled to take place in the Scottish city of Glasgow from next Sunday.
Predicts project development An inter-ministerial committee to “accelerate climate technologies” by removing bureaucratic barriers to research, development and implementation.
After one year, the panel will present its work results and recommendations for measures to improve the use of technology in reducing carbon emissions.
“Climate crisis is one of the key topics on the world agenda, and for good reason. It’s about the lives of all of us and the lives of our children and grandchildren. “Bennett stressed that after the approval of the National Plan, Israel was committed to contributing to this global struggle “at all levels.”
For his part, the Minister of Energy, Karin Elharr“The time has come for the Israeli government to mobilize creativity and innovation in its fight against the climate crisis,” he said, urging the startup sector to pay special attention to the renewable energy sector.
Elharr will tomorrow chair the newly established Government Forum on Renewable Energy, which will explore efforts to improve the sector.
He also received an application plan to be an administrator “100 active ingredients”, Climate Crisis Measures, including 194 million businesses, trade and local government approved today to support energy rationality.
Clean and low carbon transportation, electrification of public transportation and the promotion of technological innovations are part of the project’s activities.
The new national strategy is aimed at It also promotes regional cooperation “For the adaptation and exploitation of economic and technological opportunities” in the Middle East that contribute to regional stability.
Israel seeks to be a leader in the global struggle against climate change With a strategy that will simultaneously help promote peace in the Middle East.
Despite its small size and the fact that it will not reach the zero emissions target by 2050, Israel has the potential to be a leader in that field, the new Israeli environment minister said. Tamar Sandberg.
In an interview with the company A.P.Sandberg put forward the Israeli strategy Ahead of the climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
Sandberg said Israel is keen to share its technologies to protect the environment. The country is considered a world leader in areas such as solar energy, alternative protein cultivation, agricultural technology and desalination.
“These are areas where Israel is already at the forefront in terms of innovation, and as a small country we hope we can help the largest countries so that all together we can adapt to the new climate reality,” the minister said.
Israel has acknowledged that it will not achieve its goal of reducing its emissions to zero by 2050, although it promises to reduce it by 85%. Activists say the problem is due to the political reluctance of previous governments and the country’s dependence on newly discovered natural gas resources.
Sandberg also noted that the high population growth rate in the country is an obstacle. Although Israel does not meet the zero emissions target, the minister noted it The rest of the world wants to help achieve that goal by exporting technology and legislating nationally.
“Our goal is to close that gap,” Janberg said. For the first time, the Israeli parliament is debating environmental laws. We are implementing projects to idealize the low emissions economy and make it a reality in the energy, transport, waste disposal and agricultural sectors. So we took it seriously. “
With information from EFE and AP
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