Cabinet Secretary Hon Soipan Tuya has today chaired a meeting with African Ambassadors to discuss the upcoming Africa Climate Summit (ACS).
The event, organized by the Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, aimed to consolidate global climate action around climate financing and climate positive development.
ACS CEO Mr Joseph Ng’ang’a during the meeting presented the Summit plan, emphasizing Africa’s commitment to addressing climate change.
The inaugural ACS is scheduled to take place in Nairobi from September 4th to 6th this year and will bring together key stakeholders to strengthen Africa’s standpoint on climate change.
The meeting was attended by several officials, including Environment and Climate Change PS Eng Festus Ng’eno, Special Climate Envoy Mr Ali Mohamed, and ACS CEO Mr Joseph Ng’ang’a.
As preparations for the ACS continue, the Ministry of Environment Climate Change and Forestry expressed the importance of this summit in solidifying Africa’s position and fostering global collaboration in tackling climate-related challenges.