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Britain’s King Charles to Address Climate Risks at COP28

King Charles will prioritise climate action and tackling climate change risks, particularly for women and girls.

Britain’s King Charles is set to embark on a significant journey to the UAE, where he will engage with global leaders and female climate advocates during his visit to the 28th Session of the Conference of Parties (COP28) in Dubai.

Royal Mission to Champion Climate Causes:

During his visit from November 30 to December 1, King Charles will focus on advocating for climate action and addressing the risks of climate change, particularly concerning women and girls. 

His engagements include meetings with UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and female climate leaders.

Strategic Engagements and Diplomatic Efforts:

The Royal family highlighted the king’s mission to support the UK’s efforts in promoting regional peace, fostering interfaith dialogue, and bridging diverse communities. 

His commitment to uniting individuals from various backgrounds aligns with his upcoming meetings and engagements.

King Charles will play a pivotal role in several key events at COP28. His participation in the COP28 Business and Philanthropy Climate Forum reception, attended by global leaders and business icons, underscores his dedication to fostering climate partnerships and sustainable solutions.

Championing Youth and Nature Conservation:

Engaging with Commonwealth students and graduates, the king will explore innovations in green technology and celebrate entrepreneurial ventures contributing to climate and nature solutions. 

His involvement in Commonwealth and Nature receptions emphasizes leveraging traditional and scientific knowledge for environmental conservation.

The royal’s involvement extends to the World Climate Action Summit’s Opening Ceremony, where he will stand alongside global leaders. 

Participating in the ‘family photo’ and delivering an opening address underscores his commitment to shaping international dialogue on climate action and fostering collaborative solutions.

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