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Climate Summit in Dubai: COP28 Talks on Fossil Fuel Exit

Climate Summit in Dubai: COP28 Talks on Fossil Fuel Exit

Infostani ources- The United Nations Conference on Climate Change has kicked off its COP28 session in Dubai, with governments engaging in discussions on the gradual elimination of fossil fuels, identified as the primary driver of global warming. More than 80,000 delegates actively participate, and organizers anticipate the attendance of over 200 world leaders at the meeting. The COP 28 presidency has proposed the establishment of a new United Nations fund to address losses in impoverished nations affected by floods and droughts.

Sultan Al-Jaber, the president-elect of COP 28, has called on both delegates and oil companies to collaborate during the United Nations climate change summit. He emphasized the need for a commitment at the summit to create a fund. Alleviating developing countries from the dilemma of choosing between development and coping with climate change effects. Sameh Shoukry, the leader of Egypt’s COP 27, requested a moment of silence for those lost in the Gaza war. The United Nations and host country United Arab Emirates have declared COP 28 as the most pivotal since the 2015 Paris Meeting.

Simon Steele, the head of the United Nations Climate Change Agency, stressed the necessity for proactive measures against climate change. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres asserted that the COP 28 meeting should focus on the complete elimination of fossil fuels. The leader of the African Public Health Agency stated that climate change poses the most significant threat to human health in Africa and globally.

Climate Crisis: Floods in Sindh and Balochistan Prompt Fund Separation Call

Climate Summit in Dubai: COP28 Talks on Fossil Fuel Exit
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar ul Haq has urged developed countries to take responsibility for addressing climate change.

Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar ul Haq has urged developed countries to take responsibility for addressing climate change. He called upon the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Gulf nations. As well as Western countries to invest in alternative energy projects in Pakistan to mitigate the impact of climate change. In an interview with an American TV channel. He emphasized that Pakistan does not bear accountability for climate change. But has endured severe floods in Sindh and Baluchistan as a consequence of its effects. Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar ul Haq asserted that a separate fund in Los&D, distinct from development funds and loans from major financial institutions, should be established. He highlighted the importance of merit-based and additional capital, promoting genuine partnerships.

Pakistan has formulated a strategy to transform coal-fired projects into renewable energy initiatives. This presents a significant investment opportunity for Gulf countries. Including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait, as well as Western nations. Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar ul Haq will lead the Pakistani delegation at the high-level United Nations Conference of Parties (COP 28) starting today. During the conference, he will articulate the national stance, with a scheduled meeting with various world leaders in December.

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