Costa Rica is an example of clean energy and decarbonization

Glasgow, United Kingdom, November 2 (Prinsa Latina) President Carlos Alvarado today confirmed that Costa Rica is an exemplary clean energy and decarbonization laboratory for the world, by summarizing his meetings with counterparts and representatives of international entities.

Alvarado, after speaking with the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Motley, and the Secretary General from the Government of Costa Rica, said that Costa Rica has shown that environmental protection and economic growth do not conflict in goals or possibilities, on the contrary, that they complement and nourish each other. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Rebecca Greenspan.

On his second day at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26), the President of Costa Rica also spoke with the director of the Laurene Powell Jobs Trust, Laurene Powell, whose foundation is dedicated to promoting society and protecting the environment, who attended the meeting with representative Leonardo DiCaprio, known for his environmental activism.

“Economic growth on a devastated planet and with humanity affected by droughts, floods, hurricanes and other disasters does not suit anyone, neither the world’s major economies nor the poorest economies,” the Costa Rican president said.

The Presidential House indicated that among the objectives of these strategic meetings is to strengthen international alliances and secure funding to protect sea lanes, including the island of del Coco.

At this latter location in Costa Rica, the Presidential House revealed that DiCaprio affirmed that “the best five days of my life have been spent diving on Cocos Island,” as he voiced his support for the protection of what he called humanity’s “jewel.”

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The meetings also allowed the president to promote Costa Rica as a destination for green and sustainable investments to generate development and employment in the country, in accordance with the fight against climate change.

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