Environment, climate and energy: these three themes can be summarized on the agenda of the G20 which will start in Naples starting next Thursday. Two days in which ministers, diplomats and delegations of technicians will discuss how to best face this ecological transition, which in recent weeks seems to have undergone a strong acceleration. The program establishes that the discussion will be articulated as follows three macro areas: the first concerns biodiversity and the protection of natural capital and restoration of ecosystems, the second the efficient use of resources and the circular economy, the third green finance.
Minister Cingolani, days as an equilibrist
Roberto will also be among the representatives of the main world economies Cingolani, the Italian Minister for Ecological Transition, who unlike many of his colleagues calls for a certain caution to be maintained with regard to the green evolution of the economy and various sectors of it, the automotive sector above all. “This is a complex operation, we must not panic or excessive optimism – commented – There is a lot of divergence, not all countries agree on net decarbonisation. And then we have many countries in difficulty, we must help them. You can’t just tell them stop growing because you pollute “. In short, according to Cingolani we must all be in the same boat, no one should be left behind, especially in terms of employment and social issues.