To combat climate change, “money is not a problem if we want to use it well”. This was underlined by Prime Minister Mario Draghi at Cop26 in Glasgow. “We must build on the agreement reached at the G20 – he continues – to act faster. We must bring the private and public sectors together. Prime Minister Boris Johnson underlined the amount of money available: there are tens of billions”. Read also “But now we have to use them – he continues we have to find a smart way to spend them and spend them quickly. First of all, international development banks, and especially the World Bank, must share the risks that the latter share with the private sector. cannot bear it. National platforms are needed, where multilateral development banks can share the risks and make this money usable “, he concludes. climate change “at the top” of the political agenda. And they should also “listen to them”, said Draghi. “In recent years – he said – young people have done us a favor, bringing the climate agenda to the top of the political debate. The young people who have been at the center of the Milan Pre-Cop: here in Glasgow we must make them proud”. ” Young people must be at the center of this process – he continues – we want to transform the ‘Youth for Climate’ event held in Milan into a regular appointment for all Cops. Future generations will judge us for what we can do, or for what we do. we can’t do it. We have to involve them, listen to them and, above all, learn from them “, he said again. At Cop26 in Glasgow “we must go beyond what we did at the G20” in Rome. “We need to accelerate our commitment to keep the global temperature rise below 1.5 degrees. We need to leverage the G20 agreement” to “act faster and more decisively”.