At Green Energy Mission Africa (GEMA), we are delighted to share a remarkable milestone in our journey towards a sustainable future. Our CEO, Abubakar Shuaibu, had the privilege of meeting with Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, the esteemed COP28 Presidency, in a momentous discussion that left an indelible mark on our commitment to climate action.

The conversation centered around the ambitious vision for COP28 UAE, with a shared determination to make it the most impactful conference yet. Dr. Sultan Al Jaber’s unwavering dedication to youth inclusiveness in decision-making processes was particularly inspiring. Recognizing the immense potential that young minds hold, actively involving them in climate discussions allows us to tap into their creativity, innovation, and fervor for combatting climate change.

This inclusive approach not only empowers the youth but also provides a vital platform for their ideas to shape concrete and impactful solutions. Their voices, filled with fresh perspectives and untamed passion, are invaluable in our collective effort to address the urgent climate crisis.

As we look ahead to the upcoming COP28 UAE conference in December, we do so with great anticipation. The dedication and leadership demonstrated by Dr. Sultan Al Jaber instill confidence in the success of this global event. Together, we believe that through collaborative efforts, we can make significant strides in confronting the pressing climate challenges of our time.

Abubakar Shuaibu expressed his gratitude for the invaluable opportunity to engage with Dr. Sultan Al Jaber. Their shared vision and commitment to climate action reinforce our belief that impactful change is within reach.

We eagerly anticipate the conference and the transformative discussions it will ignite. GEMA remains steadfast in its mission to drive positive change in the energy sector and to be a catalyst for sustainable solutions that benefit all.

Thank you, Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, for your time, dedication, and visionary leadership. We look forward to seeing you at COP28!

Contact: info@greenenergymissionafrica.org

 

About Green Energy Mission Africa (GEM Africa):

Green Energy Mission Africa (GEM Africa) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering sustainable development, advocating for renewable energy, and addressing climate change challenges in Africa. GEM Africa collaborates with various stakeholders to create awareness, take action, and implement transformative projects that promote renewable energy adoption and climate resilience for a greener future.

About Sustainable Solutions for Green Growth (SSforGG):

Sustainable Solutions for Green Growth (SSforGG) is an organization committed to promoting sustainable development, environmental conservation, and green growth solutions. SSforGG works with partners and stakeholders to develop and implement projects that address environmental challenges while fostering economic growth and social equity.

Weblink: https://ssforgg.org/

About Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI):

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) is an independent, non-partisan, nonprofit organization that accelerates the clean energy transition and improves lives. RMI works with businesses, policymakers, communities, and other organizations to identify and scale energy system interventions that will cut greenhouse gas emissions and combat the climate crisis.

We link: https://rmi.org/

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