Major Events and Effects of COP27

As a prelude to our previous article explaining the COP, its history and why it is very important, particularly in view of the efforts being made to reduce global warming and ensure that the environment is made more sustainable, this article aims to shed light on some of the most important outcomes from the recently ended COP conference which held in Sheikh El Sharma in Egypt.

Talking Points From the COP 27

Despite the criticisms against the event and the seemingly unsuccessful nature of  some past conferences, the following strides were made at the COP this year;

  • Brazil’s New Leader and Dedication: Luiz Ignacio Lula Da Silva, the new president of Brazil, was without a doubt the COP’s favourite. Lula energized the meeting with his pledge to end deforestation entirely by 2030, just as he had done in Copenhagen in 2009. More than his dedication to the Amazon, Lula revived public confidence in the ability of the voting booth to address the climate crisis. Also, Brazil launched a partnership to work together on forest preservation at the same time as Indonesia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The trilateral partnership was created during ten years of intermittent discussions that persisted even as the national forest policies and leadership of the countries changed. They are intended to compel wealthy countries to pay for the protection of forests.

As can be seen, while relative progress has been made in the achievement of the goal of Net Zero by 2050, much more still needs to be done to ensure that the target is met and that our planet is rescued from the grip of human destruction and devastation. Hence, in the midst of all of this, our commitment to providing you with a clean and renewable source of energy in the form of solar energy remains unwavering. Beyond that, we are also dedicated to ensuring affordability as we provide you with our top-notch services. The question remains as to whether you are willing to help in the fight against global warming. If you are willing, click this link, we are more than willing to help you too.

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