UN “Africa must be able to achieve green growth” (Deputy Secretary-General of the UN)
Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed urged Africa to be “at the heart” of the climate agenda, and to increase funding for the region so that the continent can grow your economy in a sustainable way. On March 14, during the third edition of the One Planet Summit in Nairobi, Kenya, a meeting was organized by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, French President Emmanuel Macron, Interim President of the World Bank Group. , Kristalina Georgieva, and herself.
“We have already said that it is Africa that is the most affected by climate change, and yet it is it that contributes the least; so what is important today is to ensure that Africa does not end up contributing to climate change and that we have a chance to see it become ecological and not become darker, “she said.