During his participation in the Annual Conference on Climate Change (COP26), President Iván Duque presented Colombia’s strategy to mitigate climate change by 2050.
The primary objective of the plan is for the country to emit a maximum of 169.44 million tons of carbon dioxide in 2030, and thus reach carbon neutrality by 2050.
Duque’s project includes 9 actions, These include sustainable resource management and the protection of biodiversity, sustainable production and consumption, and sustainable mobility and infrastructure.
But how realistic is the country’s climate strategy? Camilo Prieto, founder of the Colombian Environmental Movement, talks about the pros and cons of it.