COP 25 vital for future generations
December 3, 2019 12:45 pm
Fiji and other Pacific island countries will be again relying on the input of first world countries as the COP 25 gets underway in Spain.
Fiji and other Pacific Island countries will rely on the input of first world countries as the COP 25 gets underway in Madrid, Spain.
The UN Climate Change Conference Of Parties 25 in Madrid, is specifically aimed at developing the next steps in the climate change process.
Following the opening ceremony, over 20,000 delegates will now attend dozens of presentations and discussions daily, for the next two weeks.
Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is also expected to play a huge role in persuading first world countries to reduce their carbon emission targets.
Bangladeshi Prime Minister, Sheikh Hassina says recognizing the recent promises to younger generations is vital.
“Climate change has now become the biggest threat to small countries especially for the climate-vulnerable countries like Bangladesh and also small island”
Around 25,000 people from 200 countries are expected to attend the COP25 climate change conference.