“Cairo is raising alarm if the whole world [people] do not join their efforts to deal with the challenges related to the most scarce and most important resource, which is water,” said the Water Minister.
The Youth Love Egypt is the national coordinator of the African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA). Such marathons take place in the 45 African countries that are members of this alliance.
The program seeks to form a core of young people who can raise awareness and contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and Egypt Vision 2030.
The international community and financial institutions should assume a bigger role in funding mega infrastructure projects through soft loans and blended and innovative financing, Minister of International Cooperation Rania el-Mashat said Friday.
The council approved a recommendation of choosing Jerusalem as the capital of the Arab environment.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is “the most president who pays attention confronting climate change,” said Alaa al-Nahry, vice president of the Regional Center for Space Science and Technology Education, an affiliate of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA).
UN's High-Level Climate Action Champion, Nigel Topping, said that Egypt has great capabilities in renewable energy sector, during a TV interview.
The minister made her remarks on Tuesday on the sidelines of the second Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) ministerial conference on environment and climate action, hosted by Egypt.
Vice-President of the European Commission for Climate Change Frans Timmermans lauded on Monday Egypt's remarkable attention to the climate change issue.
After the session, the recommendations on mobilizing climate finance were referred to the conference's head in preparation for writing a final report to the conference.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli convened Wednesday with Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Mohamed Abdel Aty to discuss preparations.
Youth Love Egypt Foundation presented a design at the tenth Sustainable Cities Conference on Tuesday, where climate experts from the Middle East and North Africa answered the question: what is your vision for your city in 2030?
The project is scheduled to be finalized by 2024, he said, noting that about 70 percent of the project has been accomplished.
Africa suffers from severe consequences of climate change, especially the consequences that relate to water scarcity, drought, land desertification and the threat to food security, said President Sisi.
He referred to dangers which face 12-15 percent of Delta lands over rising sea levels.
The Minister of International Cooperation: $365 million within the ongoing portfolio of the Ministry of International Cooperation to promote climate action and support the green transition
The Youth Love Egypt Foundation concluded, Monday its participation in the Climate Justice School training at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya, which lasted for two weeks.
The UN Special Adviser said that his visit to Cairo is important in light of the leading role Egypt plays regionally and globally in the issue of climate change.
The exhibition is taking place on October 1 and March 31, 2022, and consists of three districts.
The minister added that Africa needs $100 billion to counter the climate changes, but it only received $40 billion so far