Global Action Initiative 2021: Highlights

Global Action Initiative 2021: Highlights

The effects of global warming are being felt all over the world. More frequent and destructive storms, severe drought, wildfires, and record-breaking floods have been disrupting societies the world over. The outlook is grave. As more citizens, businesses and nations take action – is there hope for the future? https://america.cgtn.com/gai2021/gai.html

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Global Action Initiative 2021: Highlights
  • Q&A with China's Ambassador to the U.S.

    China’s Ambassador to the U.S., Qin Gang answers questions about Climate Change from American and Chinese students. #GAIClimate #climatechange

  • Keynote Speech: Shen Haixiong, President of CMG

    Shen Haixiong, President of China Media Group (CMG) addresses the opening session of GAI 2021 on China’s efforts to fight climate change. #GAIClimate #climatechange #heat #environment

  • Keynote Speech: Gustavo Manrique, Environment Minister of Ecuador

    Gustavo Manrique, Minister of the Environment, Water and Ecological Transition of Ecuador, delivers a keynote speech at the CGTN America's Global Action Initiative 2021 and highlights the challenges and solutions to climate change in Ecuador. #GAIClimate #Ecuador #environment #climatechange #heat...

  • Keynote Speech: Yasmine Fouad, Egyptian Environment Minister

    Yasmine Fouad, Egyptian Environment Minister, delivers a keynote speech on climate change at the CGTN America's Global Action Initiative 2021 and highlights Egypt's climate efforts.

  • Keynote Speech: Katrín Jakobsdottir, Prime Minister of Iceland

    Katrín Jakobsdottir, Prime Minister of Iceland, delivers a keynote speech on climate change at the CGTN America's Global Action Initiative 2021. She talks about what Iceland has achieved to combat climate change and calls for world leaders to do more to address the climate crisis.

  • Keynote Speech: Julius Maada, President of Sierra Leone

    Africa is already being hit by major climate change problems including drought, rising sea levels, and a growing number of climate refugees. Julius Maada, President of Sierra Leone, gives a speech at the CGTN America's Global Action Initiative 2021.