Today, the Spanish Queen Letizia attended the main event on Sustainable Development Goal 12 (OSD12): Responsible Production and Consumption, in the context of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change 2019 at the IFEMA-Madrid Fair Juan Carlos I Fair Park in Madrid.
The Sustainable Development Goals, also known as World Goals, were adopted by all Member of United States in 2015 as a universal call to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. The 17 SDGs are integrated, as they recognize that interventions in one area will affect the results of others and that development must balance environmental, economic and social sustainability.
Following the promise of leaving no one behind, countries had pledged to accelerate progress for the underdeveloped countries. This is why the SDGs have been designed to bring several “zeros” that change life to the world, including zero poverty, zero hunger, zero AIDS and zero discrimination against women and girls.
This event took place within the framework of the XXV edition of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP25) that is being held in Spain until December 13. Last Week King Felipe and Queen Letizia gave a reception at the palace for the Nation heads and Diplomats and then Queen Letizia attended UN Health and Climate Event.
Coming to What Letizia Wore – Queen Letizia kept her look minimal with all the familiar pieces from her wardrobe. She brought back her grey Boss Decehsta Glen Check Stretch Cut Cap Sleeve Sheath Dress.
We first saw the dress in March 2019 at the commemoration act of “World Day of Rare Diseases.
Letizia topped the dress with her black Zara cape and black skinny belt.
She was wearing black CH Carolina Herrera Pointed Toe Pumps and
Carrying Hugo Boss Fanila Clutch.
Her Bezel Pearl Stud earrings finished the look.