The representatives of Fridays For Future San Marino received in audience by the Captains Regent, in view of the participation of the San Marino delegation at COP26 in Glasgow
The series of initiatives that will accompany the San Marino delegation to the COP 26 – UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties – the largest international summit for the fight against climate change scheduled in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November does not stop. After the hearing with all the members of the Sustainable Development Table and the delivery of the first proposals that will go public to the San Marino national strategy in contrasting climate change, today the Exc. Captains HE Francesco Mussoni and HE Giacomo Simoncini met the representatives of Fridays For Future San Marino, presented for the occasion by the Secretary of State for the Territory and the Environment Stefano Canti. “From the very beginning – underlined the Secretary – we have included the young representatives of this association among the members of the Table for Sustainable Development. In fact, we firmly believe that young people could and will not give their contribution in the challenge of epochal importance that we will be called to face in the coming years. I thank the guys from Fridays For Future San Marino for their work of disseminating and raising awareness of citizenship on these issues. Politics now has the task of listening to their requests, above all of acting because they are not but above all in vain ”. Following this intervention, it was the boys of Fridays For Future, represented for the occasion by Cristina Babboni and Mattia Bastianelli Gambini, who addressed their personal thoughts to the Captains Regent, focusing attention on the issues of protecting the quality of the courses. water that crosses San Marino and the water emergency that affects its territory every year, the protection of public green areas, also through the policies of the new PRG, the reduction of the quantity of waste produced and sustainable mobility. “Excellent Captains Regent, not here just to talk – they concluded – during the drafting of the VNR we made about 70 comments to the text presented on the situation in San Marino. Comments that data and methods for achieving the objectives of the 2030 Agenda. We expect in the coming months to start again from those questions, also strengthened by the commitments, hopefully and concrete, that San Marino will have made at COP26, up to the expectations of the new generations whose future is at risk “.
Cs Territory Secretariat