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New research shows commitments for forests are nowhere near what’s needed to reach Paris Agreement ambition

New research shows commitments for forests are nowhere near what’s needed to reach Paris Agreement ambition

The world is not on track to achieve forest goals of ending and reversing deforestation by 2030, critical for a credible pathway to the 1.5°C Paris Agreement goal, according to a new report by the UN-REDD Programme, UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) and the Green Gigaton Challenge (GGC). It finds that for the …

Daily News Egypt

There is an international consensus on the need for cooperation to confront climate change: COP26 President

There is an international consensus on the need for cooperation to confront climate change: COP26 President

He noted in his speech during the opening procedural session of the COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh that the UK exerted much effort during its presidency of the conference, pointing out that the COP26 was held under difficult political circumstances and amid the coronavirus pandemic that is still ongoing, but the leaders recognised that despite the differences — which are often deep — the need for cooperation in the field of the environment.

Sami Hegazi

Symposium held to foster understanding of key CPC congress

Symposium held to foster understanding of key CPC congress

The symposium titled “Hong Ting Forum: Understanding the 20th CPC National Congress” was jointly hosted by the Institute of Party History and Literature of the CPC Central Committee and Xinhua News Agency at the Museum of the Communist Party of China in Beijing.

Xinhua

Madbouly highlights Algeria’s summit, COP27 preparations at Cabinet meeting

Madbouly highlights Algeria’s summit, COP27 preparations at Cabinet meeting

The prime minister began the meeting by noting that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s participation in the Arab Summit in Algeria comes within the framework of the Egyptian state’s keenness to strengthen the bonds of cooperation and brotherhood with all brotherly Arab countries and in continuation of Egypt’s pivotal role in strengthening efforts to advance joint action mechanisms for the benefit of all Arab peoples.

Daily News Egypt

MP Tarek Radwan appreciates state's efforts to advance human rights, empower women

MP Tarek Radwan appreciates state’s efforts to advance human rights, empower women

Egypt participated in the 73rd session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, held in Banjul, during the period from 21 October to 9 November 2022, which reflects its firm determination to continue efforts to advance civil, political and economic human rights, social and cultural advancement, in parallel with advancing the status of women, protecting the rights of children, people with disabilities and the elderly, and empowering youth. Ambassador Wael Nasr El-Din Attia, Deputy Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Human Rights, represented Egypt in the African Commission on Human Rights. 

Sarah El-Sheikh