Rwanda joins The Global Green Growth Institute envisions a climate resilient in South Korea

Today in Seoul, the Rwandan Minister of infrastructure, Dr.Eng  Ernest Nsabimana joined The Global Green Growth Institute envisions a climate resilient world achieved through strong, inclusive and environmentally sustainable economic growth.

Rwanda is still joining other countries as The Global Green Growth Institute envisions a climate resilient world come together to take action towards achieving the world’s collective climate goals as agreed under the Paris Agreement

This General Assembly and Council of ministers was chaired by H.E. BanKi-moon to discuss, share strategic views and reflections on the progress made since Rio+20.

In his presentation, the Minister of infrastructure, Dr.Eng  Nsabimana emphasized on Rwanda green journey talking on the vision 2050, climate action, sustainable infrastructure, environment inclusive growth and road to COP27.

Dr. Nsabimana has also shared the country strategies, progress, initiative, partnerships and some challenges it faces in its green agenda transformation.

Rwandan Minister of infrastructure, Dr.Eng Ernest Nsabimana

Throughout the year, the Presidencies will engage at ministerial, head of delegation and technical levels, as appropriate, on issues critical to the delivery of work in 2022 and the success of COP 27.

Regular multilateral consultations at the level of heads of delegation will provide an opportunity for Parties to engage informally on specific issues and make progress in preparation for Sharm el-Sheikh/Egypt from 6th up to 18 November 2022.

Carine Kayitesi

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