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Arnold Schwarzenegger Invites PM Imran Khan To Join His Climate Change Initiative

Schwarzenegger has been fighting pollution and climate change for nearly 20 years.

Chairman of The Schwarzenegger Climate Initiative, Arnold Schwarzenegger has invited Prime Minister Imran Khan to attend the Austrian World Summit. Former Hollywood star and California governor launched the initiative back in 2017 and is aimed at cutting emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2020.

Schwarzenegger has been fighting pollution and climate change for nearly 20 years. He has achieved several significant milestones on his journey so far. These milestones include reducing emissions to 1990 standards and installing one million solar roofs in his state when he was the governor of California.

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The purpose of the summit is to join forces in Vienna to create united climate front, fight
pollution and work towards a clean and pollution-free environment across the globe.

Feb 15, 2020
The invitation appreciated PM Khan’s efforts to curb global warming in Pakistan and
called him “a strong and important partner in climate action alliance”.

 

PM Khan’s purposed activities besides attending the summit:

  • Bilateral meetings with the Austrian President and other heads of state.
  • Dinner with significant and notable personalities from politics, business, science,
    arts and culture.
  • Engage with influential climate leaders from all cross-sections of society to forge
    partnerships, exchange ideas and accelerate local, regional and global
    collaborations with broad public attention.
  • Attend a luncheon hosted by the Austrian President.

The conference will be held in the Hofburg Palace, Vienna on May 26th, 2020.

[Source: Siasat.pk]

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