Improving and facilitating agreement in the negotiations is of utmost importance to the COP27 Presidency to achieve tangible results in a balanced manner. Advancing partnership and collaboration will help achieve our four goals and ensure that the world moves to a more resilient and sustainable economic model where humans are at the center of climate discussions.
The UN negotiations are based on consensus, and reaching an agreement will require the inclusive and active participation of all stakeholders.
We are working tirelessly to ensure adequate representation and participation of all relevant stakeholders at COP27, especially vulnerable communities and representatives of countries in the African region that are increasingly affected by the impacts of climate change.
We need to turn the outcome of Glasgow into action and begin its implementation.
It is imperative to ensure that humans are at the center of climate discussions.
Governments, the private sector and civil society must work in tandem to transform the way we interact with our planet. We must introduce new solutions and innovations that help mitigate the adverse effects of climate change. We must also replicate and rapidly scale up all other climate-friendly solutions for implementation in developing countries.