The millennium development goal is being met, says UN development official
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that the world’s population will peak in 2050.
Speaking at a conference on development in New York on Wednesday, Mr de Blasio said: “In 2030, the world will be over 10 billion people.
The Millennium Development Goals, the goal that we set out, will not be met.
It’s time to look at our priorities and get back to a place where people can live, work, play and contribute.”
The mayor said the city was committed to developing new infrastructure to support growth, such as parks, schools and a new airport.
He said the world needed more green space and green energy.
“We have a global economic opportunity,” he said.
We will have new ideas.””
We will have an abundance of resources.
We will have new ideas.”
He said the United States was ready to do what was necessary to address the challenge of climate change.
“This is a time when we have the greatest opportunity to make a difference.”
We need to make sure that we don’t take our climate change actions lightly.””
Climate change is an economic issue.
We need to make sure that we don’t take our climate change actions lightly.”
To do that, we must make the most of the opportunity that we have in New New York.
“He also said New York would work to improve the quality of life for all.”
New York City is going to work hard to make it better for all of our residents and for everyone in New Manhattan,” Mr delasio said.
He added that the city would continue to develop its parks, including a park next to the World Trade Centre that is being named after former US President Richard Nixon.
The US government has promised to spend $100 billion (£63 billion) over the next decade to reduce CO2 emissions.
The New York mayor said he was hopeful that the US would achieve its goals.”
Today, our city is a beacon of hope to other nations, a beacon to those around the world who are trying to do the same,” Mr d’Agostino said.