US envoy advises King Charles to attend the climate summit

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US envoy advises King Charles to attend the climate summit

  • News by AUN News correspondent
  • Friday, October 21, 2022.
  • AUN News – ISSN: 2949-8090

Summary:

  • The climate envoy for President Biden says that King Charles should change his mind about not going to the UN climate meeting in Egypt.

  • According to John Kerry, who added that the King has been “a fantastic leader on this issue,” it would be “terrific” if he could attend.

  • He had intended to attend the COP27 conference in November as the Prince of Wales.

  • On the recommendation of Prime Minister Liz Truss, he chose not to go after taking the throne.

  • Charles won’t back down from climate action, according to friends Egypt advises Truss not to change course on the climate due to Liz Truss’s resignation announcement, a new leadership election will be held to choose the next Conservative leader and prime minister.

The climate envoy for President Biden says that King Charles should change his mind about not going to the UN climate meeting in Egypt.

According to John Kerry, who added that the King has been “a fantastic leader on this issue,” it would be “terrific” if he could attend.

He had intended to attend the COP27 conference in November as the Prince of Wales.

On the recommendation of Prime Minister Liz Truss, he chose not to go after taking the throne.

  • On Truss’ suggestion, King will not attend the climate meeting.
  • Charles won’t back down from climate action, according to friends
  • Egypt advises Truss not to change course on the climate

Due to Liz Truss’s resignation announcement, a new leadership election will be held to choose the next Conservative leader and prime minister.

By October 28, the winner of the competition to replace her will be announced.

The choice of whether or not to attend the climate summit, which takes place from November 6 to 18, will ultimately be made by “whatever administration is in place,” according to Secretary Kerry.

Charles spent decades advocating for environmental problems as the Prince of Wales.

Now that he is king, he has to follow specific laws, and the monarch is expected to stay out of politics.

Promoters of climate change action, according to Secretary Kerry, are not “political.”

It’s a global, multifaceted existential crisis, and his leadership has been critical.

With permission from the government, the King went to Egypt as the Prince of Wales in November to ask the Egyptian government to do more and meet with President Abdul Fattah al-Sissi.

Egypt, which was hosting the conference, told the UK not to change its position on the global climate agenda after it was said that King Charles would not be there.

Additionally, Secretary Kerry said in a statement to BBC News on Friday that the present administration’s policies had “raised some issues.”

He said that the US is worried about a number of countries that might not keep their promises about climate change.

Analysis by: Advocacy Unified Network

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