Oligui Nguéma in Kenya to “save” the planet –

The President of the Transition, Brice Clotaire Oligui Nguéma is participating in Nairobi, Kenya, at the sixth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) focused on climate change, pollution and loss of biodiversity.

The meeting takes place under the theme : « effective, inclusive and sustainable multilateral actions to combat climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution “. Started on February 6, the meeting ends on March 1.

This high mass which brought together Heads of State and Government from around the world, environmental experts, was an opportunity for participants to emphasize the strengthening of environmental multilateralism in the face of the triple planetary crisis. which concerns climate change, pollution and loss of biodiversity.

During these meetings, the Heads of State shared their experiences, proposed solutions to restore balance with nature, and considered partnerships to fight against the aforementioned evils.

During this high-level summit, the President of the Transition praised the political vision of his Kenyan counterpart, William Ruto in matters of

Environmental Protection. Campaigning for the protection of our planet, the Head of State proposed a set of solutions such as the creation of conditions for the economic valorization of natural capital, justice in environmental governance and the general mobilization of countries. » Let us mobilize to face together the challenges of our threatened humanity” did he declare.

In his speech for the occasion, General Brice Clotaire Oligui Nguema also recalled Gabon’s environmental commitments for five decades. These include, among others, the ordinance relating to the fight against pollution by single-use plastic; the creation of 13 national parks covering 11% of the territory in 2002; the creation in 2017 of a network of 20 marine parks and aquatic reserves established on 26% of Gabon’s territorial waters; the protection of elephants as well as a carbon footprint of more than 100 million net tonnes of CO2.

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Note that the United Nations Environment Assembly is the highest decision-making body in the world on environmental matters. It has 193 UN member states and organizes meetings every two years to define the priorities of global environmental policies and develop international environmental law.

Source: Presidential Com

2024-02-29 20:06:02
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