Bonn, Germany, June 10, 2022 (WAM)-The UAE delegation of climate diplomats at the Bonn Climate Change Conference, as enabling global stability, low-carbon economic progress and inclusive prosperity. He gave an example of progressive climate action. The 56th meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) from June 6th to 16th.
At the conference, Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) begin discussions to rejuvenate the momentum of climate change action and set the stage for the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) at Sharm El Sheikh. Did. , Egypt, November of this year.
The UAE delegation to Bonn is headed by the Office of Climate Change and the Ministry of Climate Change Environment, including the participation of the Ministry of Energy Infrastructure, Ministry of Industry Advanced Technology and Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi, Dubai Electricity and Water Services Department and Youth Representative.
The Bonn Climate Change Conference addresses implementation issues under the Convention, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement, including transparency, mitigation, adaptation, finance, technology and capacity building. It also facilitates dialogue on the latest findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report.
Sultan bin Ahmed al-Javert, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, Special Envoy for Climate Change and Chairman Masdar, said: The COP process aims to translate pledges and promises into practical outcomes that enable sustainable and comprehensive economic growth. The UAE is a low-carbon, high-growth economic model and is driving Net Zero by 2050. It will lead to sustainable development for the next 50 years. Making the right decisions and investments will generate diverse economic growth and promote important industries, knowledge and employment in the future. ”
“With two upcoming COPs in the Middle East and North Africa, the UAE will work closely with Egypt’s COP27 Presidency to increase ambitions for the development of climate change, close emission reduction gaps and the Paris Agreement.” Said.
Mariam Binto Mohammed Almheili, Minister of Climate Change and the Environment, said: A Base Approach to Determine the Impact of Sustainability Measures on Carbon Footprints We are developing a National Strategy for Net Zero 2050 to inform the next steps, with the goal of involving all sectors. Launched the National Dialogue for Climate Ambitions (NDCA) Last month, we hosted the first NDCA session for the cement sector under the theme of “Decarbonized Future Cementation”. The conference brought together 83 stakeholders from the cement, waste, technology and energy sectors.
“At the Bonn Climate Change Conference, we are participating in a call to mobilize and increase ambition to ensure the success of COP27. Climate change is a decisive challenge and exponential in our time. Climate change and avoidance of worst-case scenarios UAE shares expertise, identifies overlapping objectives, and collaborates with like-minded countries to prioritize good development approaches for people and the planet. He is enthusiastic about exploring. Climate resilience capacity, promotion of green investment, and strengthening of meaningful climate efforts. ”
The United Arab Emirates has long placed climate change at the heart of its economic growth and diversification strategy, providing innovative and practical solutions to one of the world’s biggest challenges. The United Arab Emirates has shown its commitment as the first country in the region to sign and ratify the Paris Agreement and as the first country to work on reducing emissions for the economy as a whole.
Just last year, the country launched the Net Zero Strategic Initiative by 2050. It provides a roadmap for sustainable economic development through the middle of the century. Currently, the UAE is in line with the goals of the Glasgow Agreement to update the Third Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) (Climate Action Plan to Reduce Emissions and Adapt to Climate Impacts) prior to COP27. Is working on.