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Delegation to Take The Bahamas’ Plight to COP28

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The 28th Annual United Nations Climate Change Conference more commonly referred to as COP28 expected to provide a platform for negotiations and investments for country’s contributing to and struggling from the devastating impacts of climate disasters.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The 28th Annual United Nations Climate Change Conference more commonly referred to as COP28 expected to provide a platform for negotiations and investments for country’s contributing to and struggling from the devastating impacts of climate disasters.

The Bahamas’ own reckoning with the fallout has made it a top priority for the Davis administration.

And when it comes to negotiations, the prime minister’s advisor on climate change and environmental matters, Dr. Rochelle Newbold, says there are three potential outlooks specifically the lost and damage fund.

Then there are the potential investment opportunities including current projects.

Last year, the Bahamian envoy at COP27 consisted of some 70 delegates including a large number of young Bahamians but this year Newbold says that number will be reduced, although the fight continues.

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