TrustAfrica’s Rachel Gyabaah speaks on COP28

24 janvier 2023

The recently concluded COP28, held in Dubai from December 1 to 13, brought together global leaders to address critical themes, with a specific focus on climate finance.

The conference’s Action Agenda, aligned with COP28 Presidency’s vision, emphasized the urgency of real economy actions for systematic change toward a 1.5-degree, resilient, nature-positive future. The event featured four pivotal cross-cutting themes: Technology and innovation, inclusion, frontline communities, and finance.

TrustAfrica, participated as a panelist in a side event, highlighting its impactful work on issues related to deforestation, land use, and climate impacts on agriculture, closely tied to the RS! Project.
The organization’s involvement was driven by a commitment to capacity-building, knowledge-sharing, and strategic engagement.

The COP28 discussions delved into critical topics, including Loss and Damage (L&D) Fund deliberations, urging equitable policies and calling for the revision of governance by the World Bank.

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