"Youth Love Egypt" participates in the work of the United Nations Climate Meetings in Bonn, Germany.
In preparation for the climate summit Cop27, Youth Love Egypt participated throughout the week in the work of the 56th session of the meetings of the subsidiary bodies of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, held in Bonn, Germany, to enhance youth contributions to climate action, and to showcase preparations for Egypt's upcoming Cop 27 climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh next November.
The participation of "Youth Love Egypt" emphasizes the role of Egyptian civil society organizations in the preparation of the Cop27 climate conference, and the efforts of the Foundation in partnership with other organizations through a number of meetings and events that began last December with the launch of the Climate Action Alliance in Egypt, which includes a group of organizations active in the environmental and development sectors.
During his participation, Ahmed Fathi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation, organized a meeting gathering of Egyptian Presidents of the Climate Summit Cop27 represented by Ambassador Mohamed Nasr, Director of the Department of Environment and Sustainable Development of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Professor Amr Issam and the African Climate Justice Alliance PACJA, the meeting discussed the African participation at the climate summit hosted by Egypt, a representative of the Brunei continent and the discussion resulted in fruitful perceptions that would add to the upcoming climate summit.
Meetings of the 56th session of UNFCCC officials are a great opportunity to communicate and share experiences and insights with the international community's climate change actors Ahmed Fathi stressed during his participation as speaker at the press conference held by the African Climate Justice Alliance PACJA, The danger of not reaching an agreement to include a loss and damage financing clause in the work of the upcoming Cop27 climate conference, especially since this clause was adopted by the Glasgow Climate Agreement, African peoples are most affected by the ramifications and risks of climate change.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of "Youth Love Egypt" participated in several other events and meetings, including a ceremony honoring Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, who will be leaving her post shortly, to thank and acknowledge her climate action efforts during her tenure.