The Deputy of the National Assembly (AN), María Hernández del Castillo, recalled this Thursday that when Venezuela dismisses Nicolás Maduro’s regime, it is important to resume the environmental policies in the nation.
The President of the Environment Commission of the AN, listed some of the actions that should be taken immediately, when the dictatorship leaves power.
“Suppress gold mining, rescue forests and national parks, stop pollution caused by the oil industry,” she said through her personal Twitter account.
Likewise, Hernández recalled that Venezuela has a lot of biodiversity to offer to counteract the climate emergency.
The Parliamentarian gave these statements, after the new President of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, signed an executive order in which the United States rejoins the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
“This is good news for everyone, at a time when the UN proposes to declare the matter in emergency. Venezuela has a lot to do in this regard as soon as we regain freedom,” she concluded.