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IPFS News Link • United Nations

How Did States, Cities Embrace UN's "2030 Agenda" Climate Action Plans?


Answer: a full-court barrage of UN agents. I dare you to search for your city and the words "climate action plan" on Google. You will be shocked! I estimate that seventy percent of all cities already have a formal plan, and another twenty percent are working on it.

Patrick Wood Interviews ChatGPT on Climate Action Plan

Patrick Wood: My city does not have a formal "climate action plan", ala the United Nations 2030 Agenda? Should we create one?

ChatGPT: That's a great idea! Creating a climate action plan for your city can have a positive impact on the environment and the community. It can help set goals, strategies, and actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote sustainability, and address climate change. If you're interested in pursuing this, I can help provide resources and guidance on how to get started. Let's work together to make a difference!

Patrick Wood: Please define "sustainably" in the above context.

ChatCPT: Sustainability" in the context of a climate action plan refers to meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It involves implementing practices and policies that promote environmental protection, social equity, and economic prosperity in a way that ensures long-term viability and resilience. By incorporating sustainable practices into a climate action plan, cities can work towards a more environmentally friendly and equitable future for all.