Today, Egypt announced its joint report with the Secretariat of the United Kingdom and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, thanking the IPCC and its experts on the report of the Second Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The latest edition of the Sixth Assessment Report, published today, is entitled “Implications, Adaptation and Impact”.
The report was as follows:
“Today we are already experiencing the effects of climate change, which will affect us more severely than previously thought, the most vulnerable, the most vulnerable. The report notes that our efforts to adapt to the effects of climate change are not yet adequate, and that many areas around the world have reached adaptation limits and many areas will join them as temperatures rise. It is a decisive and immediate response to adaptation and rapid mitigation of the effects of the United Nations Climate Change Convention on Climate Change. As the co-chairs of the Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh Sessions of the Conference of the Conference on Goat (COP26 and COP27) and the Convention on Climate Change at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, we are committed to promoting climate-driven climate action. We must jointly implement the Paris Agreement, including the Glasgow Climate Agreement, and urgently strengthen the implementation of their obligations to large-scale countries in Sharm el-Sheikh and beyond. Developed countries must also fulfill their obligations with a view to balancing adaptive financing with mitigation funds by at least doubling climate adaptation financing for developing countries by 2025. The world needs to make significant progress on the Glasgow-Sharm el-Sheikh project to implement the global goal of adapting to climate change. We urgently need to provide technical and financial assistance to deal with the loss and damage, including the Santiago Network and the Glasgow Conversation. We urgently need to accelerate our efforts to achieve the 1.5 ° C target by reconsidering and strengthening the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and providing support, investment and employment. We must all respond to this statement by jointly implementing the commitments made under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement, and by implementing the Glasgow Climate Charter now and COP 27 and beyond, we must ensure that we can create a world. Stable and tolerant of climate change. Signed by: Alok Sharma, Chameleon Shokri, Chair of the Parties Conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Patricia Espinoza, President of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
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