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UN climate chief tells nations to act rather than score points

UN climate chief Simon Stiell emphasised the need for countries to prioritise ambitious action in tackling global warming at the COP28 climate summit.  Stiell cautioned against engaging in point scoring and urged nations to rise above “lowest common denominator politics”.

During a press conference, Stiell stated, “All governments must give their negotiators clear marching orders. We need the highest ambition, not point scoring or lowest common denominator politics.” South African President Cyril Ramaphosa concluding his official visit to Dubai, expressed satisfaction with the engagements at COP28.

He commended the decision to establish a loss and damage fund and called for increased global participation in addressing climate change impacts on developing economies.

Source: eNCA

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