Politicians from Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man are at a climate change summit in Jersey.
The three crown dependencies discussed climate change and the challenges they collectively face.
The ministers also planted trees at Sorel Point to offset the carbon emissions created by getting to the island.
- John Young - Jersey Environment Minister
In May 2019 Jersey voted to declare a climate emergency, aiming to become carbon neutral by 2030.
- Deputy Barry Brehaut - Guernsey President of the Committee for the Environment and Infrastructure.
Deputy Barry Brehaut admits that Guernsey is behind Isle of Man and Jersey in tackling climate change.
- Geoffrey Boot - Isle of Man Environment Minister
The politicians hope that by coming together they can work out how best to solve the climate emergency.