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COP26 Negotiations Are More Intense, Complex Before Final Outcome.

On the final day of the UN COP 26, negotiations are more intense and complex before the COP26 final outcome is released. The out­come could arrive late, in fact, no COP negotiation has ever ended on time despite all the good intentions from the COP 26 PResidency.
14 Nov 2021 12:12
COP26 Negotiations Are More Intense, Complex Before Final Outcome.
Sevuloni Rokomatu of the International Federation of Red Cross and Chair of Pacific Resilience Partnership (PRP) Youth Working Group (second from left) and Davila Talemaimaleya, a Fijian youth climate activist at the EU pavilion, Scottish Exhibition Campus, Glasgow

On the final day of the UN COP 26, negotiations are more intense and complex before the COP26 final outcome is released. The out­come could arrive late, in fact, no COP negotiation has ever ended on time despite all the good intentions from the COP 26 PResidency.

The Fiji High Level delegation have been holding meetings and at­tending events across a range of climate-related topics — from sus­tainable trade policy, to oceans, to adaptation finance, to the effort on the part of Small Island Development States to advance the cause of loss and damage. The Fijian delegation is working hard to achieve favorable negotiation outcomes for the Pacific.

EU Reaffirms Bid To Achieve Low Carbon, Resilient Global Economy By 2050

The European Union and Pacific have reaffirmed their shared am­bition of achieving a low carbon and resilient global economy by 2050, at the official launch of the EU-Pacific Green-Blue Alliance and the Dialogue with Pacific Youth Leaders on its implementation at COP26 yesterday.

The EU-Pacific Green-Blue Alliance focuses on climate action, re­silience, and sustainable use of natural capital as the basis for in­clusive and sustainable economic development while respecting the rule of law, human rights and fundamental values.

The launch of the Alliance was attended by Samsom, Head of Cabi­net to Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the Europe­an Green Deal, as well as the Prime Minister of Samoa Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, and Pacific Youth Leaders.



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