Georgian Parliament Speaker Kakha Kuchava said Georgia is ‘proud to have values rooted in the protection of the environment’ as the country joins the World Environment Day celebrations.
Happy #WorldEnvironmentDay 2021 ????#Georgia ???????? joins the world in marking this important day! We are proud to have values rooted in the protection of the environment ???? pic.twitter.com/bIuTDCc7Nl
— Kakha Kuchava (@kkuchava) June 5, 2021
Head of the European Union Delegation in Georgia Carl Hartzell has released a video address, saying that environmental protection and the fight against climate change are fundamental objectives.
It’s #WorldEnvironmentDay ! ????
The EU is committed to be the first climate neutral continent by 2050 through #EUGreenDeal. Proud also to support ???????? in this area.
To preserve our environment we all need to participate to succeed. And succeed we must! pic.twitter.com/UD8Le5U1T8
— Carl Hartzell (@CarlHartzellEU) June 5, 2021
On World Environment Day, the United Nations in Georgia joins hands to call for ‘bold steps and practical measures aimed at preserving fragile ecosystems and at protecting people and the planet from the adverse effects of climate change’.
By restoring and preserving ecosystems, conserving biodiversity, protecting the environment and introducing sustainable natural resource management, we can save the planet for future generations and ensure sustainable long-term economic growth that does not destroy our natural habitat”, UN in Georgia has stated.
It further expressed the confident that Georgia will address climate change and preserve the environment.
????On World Environment Day @UN in Georgia calls for bold steps and practical measures aimed at preserving fragile ecosystems and at protecting people and the planet from the adverse effects of climate change. https://t.co/6rjbV0ua1q #GenerationRestoration, #WED2021 pic.twitter.com/D8wQLres4g
— UN in Georgia (@ungeorgia) June 5, 2021
UN in Georgia has also released a video address of Georgian gardener and owner of Gardenia Zurab Shevardnadze, who speaks about what each citizen can do to contribute to making the world greener together.