Focus on technology and business is on the second day of the Climate Summit. The US climate envoy believes that companies now have a green direction so clear that no future politician can stop it.
President Joe Biden and Envoy John Kerry (closest to the camera) are attending the summit on future climate policy.
The world as a whole is moving in this direction, says John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate envoy.
Among those participating in the meeting on Friday are business leaders such as Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg, billionaires who in recent years have invested much of their resources in green energy projects.
“These companies have made critical, long-term strategic market decisions, and that is the direction the market is heading in,” Kerry told the media.
He did not mention Donald Trump or other politicians, but he wants to emphasize that future changes in power will not stop the change.
No politician, no matter how demagogic, powerful, or courageous, will be able to change the market line.
The market theme is also noticeable among US politicians who attended the second and final day of the meeting, including Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and Commerce Secretary Gina Raymondo, according to the Reuters news agency.
It is also time for foreign leaders to speak up, and they include Danish Prime Minister Mitt Frederiksen, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.