Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. Friday met with Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sánchez in Sacramento, where the two leaders discussed further bilateral trade and climate cooperation and action between California and Spain.
“California and Spain share common history and a common commitment to climate action. We will get it done together,” said Governor Brown.
"The moment is now. We are the last generation that can stop the consequences of climate change," said Prime Minister Sánchez.
Today’s meeting between Governor Brown and Prime Minister Sánchez included Spain’s Ambassador to the United States Santiago Cabanas, Secretary General of International Affairs José Manuel Albares and Director General of Economic Affairs Manuel De La Rocha and builds on this week’s events and meetings in New York with world leaders at Climate Week NYC and the World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Development Impact Summit.