HON. KERRYNE JAMES ATTENDS 13TH PETERSBERG CLIMATE DIALOGUE (PCD13) IN BERLIN

HON. KERRYNE JAMES ATTENDS 13TH PETERSBERG CLIMATE DIALOGUE (PCD13) IN BERLIN

Hon. Kerryne James in the company of the Minister for Antigua and Barbuda, Hon.
Molwyn Joseph, AOSIS Chair, Maldives State Minister, Khadeeja Naseem, Singapore
Minister Grace Fu, and Republic of the Marshall Islands Climate Envoy Tina Stege.
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HON. KERRYNE JAMES ATTENDS 13TH PETERSBERG CLIMATE DIALOGUE (PCD13) IN BERLIN, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY – 18-19 JULY, 2022

St. George: July 18, 2022: About thirty-five Climate Resilience and Environment
Ministers from across the globe are meeting in Berlin, Germany at the Petersburg Climate Dialogue (PCD).

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The 13th Petersberg Climate Dialogue is hosted by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Arab Republic of Egypt, in his capacity as the President-Designate of the 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) Meeting scheduled for November 2022.

The dialogue will offer an opportunity for high level engagement to advance discussions on acceleration of global ambition in pursuing a shift towards renewable energy and carbon capture and storage.

Topics include advancing action under adaptation; addressing key aspects of the loss
and damage mechanism and accelerating national mitigation action.

The convention’s current financial flows fall short of what is needed to achieve agreed climate goals for both adaptation and mitigation actions.

Grenada’s team will assiduously seek to strengthen partnerships for resource mobilization including climate finance, technology access and transfer and capacity
building.

The Petersberg Climate Dialogue offers an opportunity for countries to prepare for the
series of negotiations that are part of the annual Conference of Parties on climate change.

The focus of COP27 has been aptly identified as “implementation” of the Paris Agreement and this has taken on new significance as this year, 2022, is the 30th anniversary of the climate convention.

This current decade is critical as the growing adverse impacts associated with climate
change across sectors and regions demand the need for scaling up of all actions and
ambitions that can transform commitments and pledges into concrete contributions in
response to the climate crisis.

Minister James and the delegates are expected to return on Wednesday 20 July, 2022.

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