Today (30 May) Mr. Anucha Buropchaisri A spokesman for the Prime Minister’s Office revealed that General Prayut Chan-o-cha Prime Minister And the Minister of Defense Prepare to attend the Green Growth Partnership Leadership Conference And the second world goal of 2030 (2nd Partnering for Green Growth and Global Goals 2030 Summit: 2nd P4G Summit), which South Korea will host. Under the main topic “Comprehensive green restoration to lead to carbon neutrality” (Inclusive Green Recovery towards Carbon Neutrality) on May 31, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. Thailand time. Through a teleconference system
The 2030 Strategic Partnership for Green Growth and Global Goals is a multilateral cooperation group initiated in 2017 consisting of 12 member countries: Bangladesh, South Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Denmark, the Netherlands, Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa. International organization And private sector organizations and civil society Which aims to promote cooperation in an innovative partnership between the public and private sectors For sustainable development in developing countries in accordance with the sustainable development goals And tackling the global climate change problem With funding from the government, the private sector and independent development organizations And linking development projects of member countries with cooperation in five main areas: (1) food and agriculture (2) clean water (3) clean energy (4) sustainable cities and (5) circular economy.
The issues that Thailand will focus on in this meeting are: 1. Rehabilitation of the country from the COVID-19 situation. To come back to be strong In line with driving SDGs and promoting sustainable development. 2. Emphasize on the enhancement of growth that is balanced between humans and nature. By presenting the philosophy of sufficiency economy And bioeconomy, circular economy and green economy models (Bio-Circular-Green Economy: BCG) 3. DrivingCooperation from all sectors through a quadruple mechanism which is state – private – academic – people And to allow all parties to participate without leaving anyone behind; and 4. Encourage all countries to share and transfer green technology with each other through bilateral, tripartite and multilateral channels to achieve true green growth. Promote equality and the reduction of inequality gaps.
South Korea originally scheduled to hold the second P4G leadership meeting on June 29-30, 2020 in Seoul, where the Prime Minister accepted an invitation from South Korean President Moon Chae-in. Attended the said meeting But due to the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, South Korea has postponed the second P4G meeting to May 30-31, 2021 as a teleconference. And it is expected that the draft Seoul Declaration, which is a document of the intent of the leaders of the countries who attended the 2nd P4G Conference, is also expected.
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