NAB Secretariat Newsletter No.4 ( year 2022)

Welcome to our readers to this fourth edition of the NAB Secretariat newsletter. This quarterly newsletter is an initiative to share information on the Secretariat’s activities in coordinating The United Nations Framework of Conventions for Climate Change (UNFCCC)  and the Conference of the parties COP27 that was hosted in “Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt. The related programs and initiative aiming at strengthening and increasing the resilience of our people and communities to the issues affecting them as a result of climate change and natural disasters, in which are are putting forward our Climate Action for our nation. In this Fourth edition, we provide an overview of the summary of submissions to UNFCCC, COP27 Brief Summary, the main thematic groups and the roles of the lead for the Vanuatu delegates in COP27, and all the summary outcomes for more than five (5) thematic areas, as during the COP27 Vanuatu had representation of over five (5) different thematic areas which includes, Climate Finance, Adaptation, Loss & Damage, Mitigation, Article 6, Technology, Enhanced Transparency Framework, Global Stock Take, Research Systematic Observation, Oceans, Gender & Climate Change and Capacity Building. Furthermore there will be a COP27 Delegation Profile Interview -  by Mrs Zoe Mahe, That will  answers  some of your questions to why Vanuatu is attending COP27 in a simple term. In addition there is High Level Segment - Vanuatu President's Statement, HIGH LEVEL SEGMENT - President of Vanuatu Bilateral and with other Head of States and Other highlights – Vanuatu Delegation briefings, side-events and Bilateral. Inside this edition includes photos that are taken during the COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt, which has shown the bilateral, side events and delegations attending meetings and negotiations parties,  Vanuatu youths attending COp27 and others. All this events and Programs for the UNFCCC, COP27 has always supported the function of the National Advisory Board on CCDRR (NAB) as well as, the whole Ministry of Climate Change in Vanuatu to put forward our Climate Actions and positions. We hope you will find it to be informative and interesting to read. You can find out more by contacting our office at the Ministry of Climate Change complex in Port Vila or by checking the NAB Portal 

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