Saudi Arabia promises zero emissions by 2060

The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), stated that the country aspires to reach “net zero emissions” of greenhouse gases by 2060, ten years after the United States’ target. The prince further stated that by 2030, he intends to double the planned carbon reductions.
According to Reuters.

Mohammed bin Salman and his energy minister committed to combat climate change at the Saudi Green Initiative meeting, which took place ahead of the key UN climate summit, COP26, in Glasgow. At the same time, they emphasized the importance of hydrocarbons.

According to the official news agency, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres praised the Kingdom’s declaration on greenhouse emission reductions, calling it “an important step toward protecting the environment and combating climate change.” Saudi Arabian Spa.

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