Looking forward with hope to 2021
Despite a year of unprecedented challenges and uncertainty, the Coalition's partners have worked hard to deliver results, including developing a strategy to guide us into the next decade.
We are grateful to our many partners and collaborators for their efforts and look forward to starting 2021 with hope and strength for the years to come.
The new strategy redoubles our efforts to reduce short-lived climate pollutants to achieve climate and development goals. It also helps countries meet the COVID-19 crisis head-on by putting climate and clean air at the centre of a global green recovery.
The strategy was adopted during our virtual Working Group meeting on 16 December. Ministers and leaders expressed their support and shared how their countries and organisations will contribute to achieving our ambitious goals.
Andrea Meza, Minister of Environment
Krista Mikkonen, Minister of Environment and Climate Change
Muhammad Mahmood Abubakar, Minister of Environment
United Arab Emirates
Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment
Patricia Fuller, Ambassador for Climate Change
Tomohiro Kondo, Vice Minister for Global Environmental Affairs
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