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PRIME MINISTER TO ADRESS LEADERS AT CLIMATE CHANGE MEET
The head of government is leading a ministerial delegation to the Rio+20 United Nations Conference in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and will join leaders from other ‘Small Island Developing States (SIDS)’ who have expressed genuine concerns towards the impacts of climate change and its threat to their economies.
Fiji’s ambassador to Brazil and delegate to the conference Ambassador Cama Tuiloma says new platforms need to be explored to adress the issues of climate change.
“Like many island nations and UN Member States, Fiji has put in place innovative strategies to create conditions for sustainable development,” Ambassador Tuiloma said.
“For these reasons, Fiji and Pacific SIDS have strongly advocated that the Rio+20 conference direct greater political willpower towards the well-being of oceans and fisheries, and to strengthening the nexus between oceans and sustainable development,” Ambassador Tuiloma said.