Latvian President Egils Levits, in his address at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, said that technological solutions can save the planet.
Climate change must be tackled at international, state and individual levels. Countries must collaborate across borders to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change.
Latvian IT companies are willing to take up the challenge and have joined the Green Pledge launched by Estonia.
Latvia is committed to the goals of the Paris Agreement and has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by almost 60 % compared to 1990 levels. The goal is to support climate neutrality in the future.
President of Latvia told that his country is currently working on an ambitious low carbon development strategy that would allow Latvia to reach climate neutrality by 2050.
He said that earlier this year the Government of Latvia approved the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan for 2030. It sets out concrete actions on adaptation to be implemented in the nearest future.
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