During a conference in Bonn, in June, representatives from the Indigenous Caucus spoke with Ahmed Al Jaber in order to guarantee appropriate access and conditions for their participation

The SB58 Conference, which took place in Bonn, Germany, also involved an important meeting between representatives from the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (Indigenous Caucus) and Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, the president of COP28. Involved in controversies with respect to his connection with the oil industry and a likely lack of ambition in the advancement of climate negotiations, Ahmed Al Jaber heard the demands from the indigenous peoples from the seven sociocultural regions recognized by the United Nations (UN) for appropriate conditions of access and participation at the COP, to be held in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, between November 30 and December 12, of this year. Read more in an article by Andreia Fanzeres, from Operação Amazônia Nativa (OPAN).


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