Dominican Republic hosts UN meeting on climate change

Starting from this Tuesday, the Dominican Republic will host the 3rd Meeting of the Transition Committee for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This gathering serves as a platform for discussions and assessments aimed at creating a dedicated fund to aid developing countries in dealing with climate change-induced disasters.

The concept of establishing a fund to assist particularly vulnerable nations in managing losses and damages linked to climate change was established during the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 27). Representing the Dominican Government in these technical sessions is Milagros De Camps, the Vice Minister of Climate Change and Sustainability within the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources.


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