To save our planet, the most developed countries must shoulder more of the responsibility, says Secretary General at Brazilian ministry for foreign affairs. She advocates for just transition and the need for cooperation among countries.
As Brazil’s mandate as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council comes to an end and Slovenia’s begins, Maria Laura Da Rocha also explains why the Security Council shouldn’t deal with climate change issues.
MARIA LAURA DA ROCHA – Secretary General of Foreign Affairs, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Brazil.
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