Global: The primary sector awaits the new objectives of COP28 and its financing
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Published Nov 30, 2023
The Climate Summit in Dubai will evaluate the progress made in fighting climate change since the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015. The discussions will focus on agriculture and food security, with developing countries emphasizing the importance of financing climate adaptation for small producers. The summit will also address the role of the agri-food sector in achieving the goals of reducing emissions and ensuring global food security.
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The primary sector is included in the adaptation and mitigation plans for the effects of climate change of most countries, so it closely follows the new commitments reached during COP28 in these areas and in their financing. At the Climate Summit that will be held from this Thursday until December 12 in Dubai, the first evaluation of the results obtained in the fight against climate change since the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2015 will be announced. This process will mark the next steps for countries in their voluntary contributions, pending a new round of climate action plans in 2025, with objectives that concern different sectors, including agriculture. In this context, the debates of the so-called Sharm el Sheikh working group will continue to implement climate actions in agriculture and food security. Developing countries are awaiting what is decided on financing climate adaptation, which is so essential for small producers, who produce 80% of the world's food and are ...