Non-State Actors lauds the achievement of the just concluded African Climate Summit, states it’s setbacks.

Pan African Climate Alliance, a non state actor organisation has weighed in on the success and setbacks of the just concluded African Climate Change summit and gave out it’s findings.

The Alliance through Mithika Mwenda, it’s Secretary General  noted that the Summit saw the passing of serious beneficial resolutions on the matters related to climate change like : The idea to have the world community  decrease the emission and align with the Paris agreement, appreciates the declaration for reaffirming the principal of common ground on the matter.

” World communities must lead by examples by stopping the excess emission of products to the atmosphere , they must invest in public finance for green economic development,” Mwenda said.

Mwenda however noted some setback and adviced that they be appreciate and recognized and know the importance of reversing biodiversity loss.

” The critical importance of reversing biodiversity loss and explicit commitments made to protect and enhance nature and biodiversity was not assured” he added.

He further added that the summit attendees including the heads of state did not explain how they will push for a global finance model.