At the onset of the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference in the United Arab Emirates, a landmark decision unfolded as nearly 200 nations united to establish a dedicated fund, marking a pivotal moment in the global fight against climate change. The accord aims to provide crucial assistance to nations grappling with the profound impacts of global warming.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Dubai the previous night, emerged as a prominent advocate for climate action. In a call to action, he emphasized the significance of climate financing and technology transfer to empower developing nations in effectively confronting the challenges posed by climate change. Through his social media platform, PM Modi expressed anticipation for the proceedings of the COP-28 Summit, highlighting its mission to forge a path towards a more sustainable planet.
Participating in the World Climate Action Summit, a key component of the UN's Conference of the Parties (COP28) on climate change, PM Modi underscored the urgency of collective efforts. His sentiments echoed a deep appreciation for the warm welcome received from the Indian community in Dubai, emphasizing the strength of cultural bonds and shared commitment. As the international community convened, the World Climate Action Summit emerged as a crucial platform for high-level discussions and concerted initiatives in the global pursuit of climate resilience.