The mission of the Secretary of State for the Territory and the Environment, Stefano Canti, to Cop26 in Glasgow continues.
The collateral events of the policeman26, declared the Secretariat of State for the Territory and the Environment in a note, “they continue and see, on their second day, the delegation of the Republic of San Marino, composed of Secretary of State for the Territory and the Environment, Stefano Canti, and from private secretary Giuliana Barulli, to the panels at the sustainable development panels, in which the ministries of the countries that are signing the Glasgow declaration took part during the work of these weeks to take concrete action to combat climate change, with the main focus today dedicated to the tourism sector “.
Following Canti “has met with the Minister for the Environment of the Republic of Congo, Arlette Soudan-Nonault“, who” addressed particular appreciation to the ambassador of San Marino in Congo, in particular for the policies aimed at protecting the environment, with reference to the management of organic waste through composting for the production of humus useful for maintaining soil fertility and technology, through a biological treatment, which a company under San Marino law for about three years in the Congolese territory has developed to purify hydrocarbon sludge from oil drilling“.
This represents “a further tangible and concrete sign of how the Republic of San Marino effectively contributes to international cooperation, research of new technologies for the protection of ecosystems, forests and water resources“.
Confirming the need to start small to implement big changes and on the actions of a small state they can become big if implemented in larger territories, “there is the success of San Marino technology developed in Congo thanks to the support of Congolese national scientific institutions and the supervision of the Ministry of the Environment, Sustainable Development and the Congo Basin“.
The participation of the Republic of San Marino in COP26 “has made it possible to know and deepen the strategies that the countries are proposing in order to implement concrete actions and tackle climate change“.
Ideas and solutions that “will be brought to the attention of the Table for Sustainable Development, the government and parliament with the aim of build the National Strategic Plan of the Republic of San Marino to achieve the objectives of the UN 2030 agenda“.
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