Colombian president Gustavo Petro wants treaty to lay out plan to end era of coal, oil and gas
Colombia has formally joined an alliance of nations calling for a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty to prevent the “omnicide of planet Earth”, the country’s president announced at Cop28.
At the climate summit in Dubai, Gustavo Petro, the Colombian president, has said his country would join a group of nations calling for a new body to manage a global transition away from the primary driver of global heating, akin to previous treaties to reduce nuclear weapon arsenals and landmines.
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