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Fiji has embarked on positive initiatives by championing the way forward for collaborations to reduce greenhouse gas from ships.
This was highlighted by Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Disaster Management and Meteorological Services, Hon. Jone Usamate, at the welcoming ceremony of the Secretary-General for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Mr. Kitack Lim at the Fiji Maritime Academy in Suva.
“Fiji’s Presidency of the COP23 has also been significant for the Pacific in driving the plans for a low carbon maritime transport sector.”
“In our efforts to meet the target obligations under the Paris Agreement of, holding a global temperature well below 2°C, the Fiji Government has introduced a number of national policies and strategies to address the issue of greenhouse gas,” Minister Usamate said.
The Minister then escorted Mr. Lim to plant a tree to conclude the ceremony.
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