07 December, 2021
COP 26: A Five Point Plan for Solidarity, Prosperity and Fairness
A lack of keeping promises on these key areas of finance, adaptation, and loss & damage is unacceptable.
What's the point of agreeing on a new set of promises if we don't keep them? This document lays out a path to delivering a successful COP26 that responds to the urgency of the climate crisis and restores faith to the negotiations
Jamaica, whose contribution to climate change is ridiculously insignificant already submitted a very ambitious NDc, Which almost doubles its clean and renewable energy target. We do not expect less effort from major emitters.
There is no more time for lips service, this is the time for action. Keeping 1.5 degrees alive & within reach is at stake. The survival of millions of people from the most vulnerable communities is in our hands.
With political will, we can get both the ambition and solidarity we need. Time is ticking. Let's act
Kenya's farmers and pastoralists continue to count increasing losses from adverse impacts of global warming. The UN Climate Change Summiy in Glasgow, COP26, should deliver on the protection of the planet and it's people from the ravages of climate change.
The summit should adres the needs of the vulnerable and poor people of the world whose struggle everyday is made ever so difficult by worsening climate change impacts. The Solidarity Package seeks to address these issues.