During its presidency of the COP27, which was held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt launched dozens of initiatives tackling climate change impacts and means of mitigation for the most affected countries, particularly in Africa. Egypt also made numerous pivotal decisions to help mitigate the impact of climate change, most prominently the decision to establish the Loss and Damage Fund.
United Nations climate change conference (COP27), hosted by Egypt in Sharm El Sheikh last November.
Egypt has stressed that the implementation of national climate adaptation projects in developing and African countries represents a burden on their budgets.
Climate change is inducing a significant increase in natural disasters across the globe, endangering millions of people and resulting in billions of dollars in losses for numerous countries.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry addressed on Monday via video conference the first meeting of the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) business leaders group.
Dr. Mahmoud Mohie El Din, Egypt's Climate Pioneer, calls on advanced countries to invest $2 trillion annually in developing countries for climate work.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and COP 27 President Sameh Shokry received Monday a phone call from U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry.
The committee is concerned with financing arrangements pertaining to loss and damage through the fund founded during COP 27 to fulfill that purpose.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and COP 27 President Sameh Shokry co-chaired Monday the Copenhagen Climate Ministerial Meeting.
That is on the sidelines of the Copenhagen Climate Ministerial Conference.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and COP 27 President Sameh Shokry headed Sunday to the Danish capital.
That is in fulfillment of the invitation of U.S. Special Presidential Envoy on Climate John Kerry.
Foreign Minister and President of the 27th session of the UN Climate Change Conference Sameh Shoukry chaired Thursday a virtual meeting of the office of the board of COP27.
Mahmoud Mohieldin stated that the COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh came up with important initiatives to localize development and develop smart green cities.
Chairman of the General Authority for Free Zones and Investment (GAFI) Hossam Heiba met Wednesday with Manager of Invest India Aprajita Saini.
They met Monday on the sidelines of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.
On the sidelines, Minister Shokry will meet with ministers and senior officials working in the field of climate change to exchange views on climate issues.
Egypt seeks to localize green industries, based on the outputs and gains of the climate summit that Egypt hosted last month
Egypt shed the light on the waste management issue, given its social and environmental dimensions, in addition to its economic opportunities in the field of recycling and the inclusion of the private sector.
Financing climate action is the biggest winner in Sharm El-Sheikh conference as it resulted for the first time in efficient plans and initiatives to finance climate action, beside the effective participation of the private sector.