29 May, 2023
Category : Power Shift in the News | tags: Financial Times
The organisers of this year’s UN climate talks in the United Arab Emirates have hired a controversial former Downing Street aide to Boris Johnson, prompting concern among some environmentalists.
But, in a world first, we saw one of the tiniest countries on earth, and a group of law students from Fiji, convince every country on earth to pass a crucial resolution at the UN that could transform how the world understands our legal obligations to tackling the climate crisis.
...Mohamed Adow, director of Power Shift Africa, a Nairobi-based climate and energy think-tank, said Canzini’s appointment posed “a real danger to global efforts to tackle climate change and the credibility of the summit”.