On 6 November 2022 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27 launched its work with the key aim of ensuring full implementation of the Paris Agreement
The Egyptian COP27 Presidency has set out an ambitious vision for this COP that puts human needs at the heart of our global efforts to address climate change. The Presidency intends to focus the world’s attention on key elements that address some of the most fundamental needs of people everywhere, including water security, food security, health and energy security.
COP27 creates a unique opportunity in 2022 for the world to unite, to make multilateralism work by restoring trust and coming together at the highest levels to increase our ambition and action in fighting climate change. COP27 must be remembered as the ‘Implementation COP’ – the one where we restore the grand bargain that is at the centre of the Paris Agreement.”
On 7 and 8 November in the framework of the COP 27, there will be held the World Leaders Summit with the presence of Royalty and more than 100 Heads of State or Government. The Leader of the Nation, the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, the President of IFAS, H.E. Mr. Emomali Rahmon, also takes part in the Summit.
The World Leaders Summit provides all Heads of State or Government with the opportunity to set the stage for COP27. The two days will include the Sharm el-Sheikh Climate Implementation Summit and will feature important High-Level Side Events.
The Executive Committee of IFAS actively participates in the work of COP-27, including, together with other partners, organizes 12 sessions on various topics in the field of adaptation to climate change, hydropower, strengthening regional cooperation in the field of water resources and ecology.
The delegation of the Executive Committee of IFAS in COP-27 is headed by the Chairman, Mr. Sulton Rakhimzoda.