British Prime Minister Gordon Brown Greets President Of China Hu Jintao
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - President Of China, Hu Jintao is shown photographed with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown at the ExCel Centre for the G-20 London Summit. The G-20 World Leaders met in the Docklands region of London, which is close to Canary Wharf in the United Kingdom. China joined the United Kingdom and other G-20 countries in giving generous financial support within a jointly agreed Summit Communique to help developing and poorer nations.
It was an historic Summit and brought the best of cooperation together amongst all of the G-20 Leaders to tackle the financial crisis. A huge challenge still exists, however, in transforming the global financial system into one that promotes long-term investment, jobs, and growth while at the same time saving world environments.
The G-20 will join other nations at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December of this year, and the creation of the first all-nation building blocks towards a sustainable Planet that supports all of humanity will be an essential outcome of the Copenhagen Agenda. Re-creating the natural global environment of around 1900, becoming caretakers of the Planet, and ensuring the continuity of all that has come before us is not just good talk - it is an essential element of the future itself.