Pillar Centre Calls for the COP27 to Focus on Addressing Climate Change in Developing Countriesadmin
Pillar Centre calls the COP27 held in Sharm El-Sheikh Cop27, in Egypt, to the need to intensify efforts to confront the dangerous repercussions of climate change and to find solutions to the problems that the planet is exposed to as a result of the changes in the climate, as well as to what millions of people are exposed from the danger of the environmental pollution and climatic effects, and to reduce emissions in the energy sector. Dr. Ali Nazli, the head of Pillar Centre, appealed the world leaders who are gathered at the Climate Summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, to the need to take practical and urgent steps to mitigate the effects of climate change and energy emissions, pointing out the importance of focusing on scientific and methodological solutions and proposals that can be implemented through universities and scientific research centers and taking their recommendations in order to work on its implementation. The head of Pillar Centre called for the need to focus and give priority to developing countries, because they are the most vulnerable to the risks of climate change and environmental pollution, due to the complex crises that these countries suffer, the most important of which is poverty and the weak employment of technology and infrastructure in these countries.
It is noteworthy that the climate conference held in Sharm El-Sheikh is an annual summit attended by 197 countries with the aim of limiting the effects of climate change in the countries of the world.