COP28: Navigating Towards a Post-Fossil Fuel Age with Global Commitments (30 Nov - 12 Dec 2023, Dubai)

COP28, the 28th UN Climate Change Conference held in Dubai, brought together global leaders, UNFCCC member states, business leaders, youth, and experts, with a collective aim to address climate change. The conference, boasting over 70,000 participants, sought to achieve crucial climate goals such as limiting the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius and reaching net- zero emissions by 2050.

COP28 President Dr. Sultan Al Jaber expressed gratitude for collaborative efforts, emphasizing the UAE's role in achieving significant milestones. He highlighted the "UAE Consensus," a balanced and inclusive action plan, noting achievements like mobilizing $85 billion, launching ALTÉRRA, and securing groundbreaking commitments. Urging swift implementation, he thanked participants, nations, and his team, underscoring the UAE's commitment to global cooperation. As the conference concluded, he emphasized the enduring legacy and expressed hope for a future guided by unity and peace.

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