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Barbara Creecy. Photo: Archive
Barbara Creecy. Photo: Archive

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President Cyril Ramaphosa is one of the many people who will be in attendance and he will be presenting South Africa’s position on these issues.

Nearly 200 countries so far have committed to reducing greenhouse emissions to keep to the Paris Agreement to keep the rise in mean global temperature to well below 2°C. The Paris Agreement includes agreed targets on financing to address the effects of the climate crisis and financing the adaptation to cleaner sources of energy.

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