Tue, 22 Nov 2022 - 11:35 GMT
Tue, 22 Nov 2022 - 11:35 GMT
CAIRO – 22 November 2022: On the sidelines of the COP27 Climate Summit held in Sharm El-Sheikh, the Cairo Liberal Club co-hosted the Global Conservative Climate Summit: ‘Multilateral Conversations on Balancing Economic Growth, Energy Security, and Climate Mitigation’, which was held on Sunday, November 13.
Attended at the summit, two parliamentarians, officials, as well as a number of representatives for research centers and companies from 8 countries, including: Egypt, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, South Korea and South Africa.
This year's summit focused on several axes, including the need for multilateral cooperation to enhance energy security and combat climate change.
The summit also discussed balancing economic growth and energy security, efforts to mitigate the effects of climate change, and geopolitical tensions in light of the Russian- Ukrainian war and its repercussions at the international level. In addition to European energy policies, balancing economic growth, energy security, development needs and emissions control.
The participation of the Cairo Liberal Club in hosting the Global Climate Summit is an opportunity to exchange ideas and participate effectively in the issue of climate change, especially in light of Egypt's hosting of the COP27 climate summit, and to discuss policy priorities that guarantee energy nations and reduce carbon emissions, opportunities, challenges, and opportunities.
Founder of the Liberal Club in Cairo, Emad Raouf attended the summit along with other officials and politicians, including: MP Mohamed Farid, Undersecretary of the Senate Human Rights and Social Solidarity Committee, MP Mohamed Azmy, member of the Senate Defense and National Security Committee, MP Imad Khalil, member of the Legislative Committee of the House of Representatives.
The summit was also attended by members of the US Congress. Republican from Michigan, Utah, Carolina, Iowa, and Louisiana, and members of parliament from right-wing parties in Australia, Germany, New Zealand, South Africa, Britain, and Canada, as well as a number of research centers and companies from those countries.
The attendees’ names come as follows:
John Curtis Member of the House of Representatives, United States
Garret Graves, Member of the House of Representatives, United States
Marianette Miller-Meeks Member of the House of Representatives, United States
Greg Murphy Member of the House of Representatives, United States
Tim Walberg, Member of the House of Representatives, United States
Scott Simpson MP, Member of Parliament for the National Party, New Zealand
Senator Mohamed Farid, Member of the Senate and co-founder of the Liberal
Senator Mohamed Azmy, Member of the Senate, Egypt
Emad Khalil MP, Member of the House of Representatives, Egypt
Emad Naguib, Executive Director and co-founder of Cairo Liberal Club
Thomas Heilmann MdB, Member of the Bundestag for the Christian Democratic Union and chairman of the KlimaUnion, Germany
Dave Bryant MP, Shadow Environment Minister for the Democratic Alliance, South Africa
Beyers Smit MP, Delegate to the National Council of Provinces of Parliament for the Democratic Alliance, South Africa
Senator David Van, Member of the Senate for the Liberal Party, Australia
Zoe McKenzie MP, Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party, Australia
Kevin Hogan MP, Member of Parliament for the National Party, Australia
Jenny Ware MP, Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party, Australia
Cristina Talacko, CEO of the Coalition for Conservation (C4C), Australia
Larry Anthony, Former Member of Parliament for the National Party of Australia, Chair of the Coalition for Conservation (C4C)
Sonya Savage MLA, Alberta Minister for the Environment and Protected Areas
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