President Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan addresses Heads of States and Government with her eclectic views on climate change.
Actionism towards climate change continued on 1st December 2023, as World Leaders met and shared their visions in efforts to address climate challenges.
H.E. President Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan of the United Republic of Tanzania addressed Heads of States and Government with her eclectic views on climate change.
The President urged World Leaders to play their part, emphasizing that “we must match our intent with action,” in dealing with global climate challenges.
Her bold statement carried a similar sentiment of a deliverance speech of Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, the COP28 President whereby he called for unity, action and multilateralism on measures of climate disasters.
The UN climate summit COP28 was also attended by US Special Climate Envoy, Mr. John Kerry and Germany Special Envoy, Ms. Jennifer Morgan. The summit delegates raised concern about emissions and pledged to reduce them and focus on a build up of renewable energy.
President Samia is in Expo City Dubai - in the United Arab of Emirates participating the COP28 meeting which has attracted over 70,000 participants from across the globe. The country has displayed artistic key words of climate resilience in hope to indulge participants to act, unite and deliver on solutions to climate.
She has also been a champion of promoting programs for youth and women with purpose to engage them in sustainable programs that offers agri-business techniques for leveraging in farming businesses. The goal is to eventually eradicate poverty in the country. Said program which is known as Build a Better Tomorrow - BBT, has empowered youth and women into learning new passion and skills that eventually tackle the unemployment rate in the country.
Famously known as the Conference of the Parties to the Convention (COP), has marked the 28th meeting with over 70,000 participants from all over the world and international community that have United in Dubai - UAE in engaging and finding actions in critical issues of climate change.