Carbon Credit: Brazil, Indonesia and the DRC unite (Eve Bazaiba)
The DRC is currently in tune with Indonesia and Brazil in the strategy of claiming the rights of its populations, in particular to obtain the price per ton of carbon. The Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development, Eve Bazaiba, said this during a conference jointly hosted by representatives of Brazil and Indonesia, on the sidelines of the preparatory work for the 27th annual UN Conference on the climate (COP27), which have been held since Monday, October 3 in Kinshasa.
“The DRC is also in tune with the strategy of claiming the rights of our populations, to have a common position on the price of a ton of carbon. Because, from there, it can give us (the possibility) – we the countries that are wealthy in terms of the environment – ??to help other countries that do not have forest cover like us,” explained Eve Bazaiba. .
Kinshasa has been hosting since last Monday the preparatory work for the 27th annual UN climate conference (COP27). This will be held, under the presidency of Egypt, in Sharm El-Sheik from November 6 to 18, 2022.