Vatican City, Nov 11, 2021 / 10:50 am
The Vatican called on Thursday for a “clear roadmap” as the United Nations climate summit in Scotland entered its final stretch.
The Vatican said on Nov. 11 that the Holy See delegation, led by Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin, appreciated the commitments made by states taking part in COP26, a two-week gathering in Glasgow that ends on Friday.
“During these two weeks, various ‘gaps’ have emerged in the fields of mitigation, adaptation, and financing,” a Vatican statement said.
“The resources made available for these three aspects, which are fundamental for achieving the objectives of the Paris Agreement, will need to be strengthened and renewed in order to achieve these goals.”