New York, Sep. 27. Peruvian President Ollanta Humala highlighted the responsible forest management, Peru’s contribution to face climate change, as well as “better uses” uses of technology in several economic activities.
When submitting the Peruvian engagement to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres, the President noted Peru’s main concern is the pollutant gases emission.
Peru’s objective is to become a “country resilient to climate change” and to maintain the leadership in a world policy to turn the world into a “more habitable” planet after having organized last December’s COP20.
The submitted document contains the national contributions related to the mitigation, prevention and adaptation. It is the result of the multisectoral work on water management, agriculture and forest protection.