Global coalition needed to address energy, food security, climate change − President Ali

Prime Ministers Keith Rowley of Trinidad and Tobago and Dr. Ralph Gonsalves of St. VIncent and the Grenadines, and President of Guyana, Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali at the Conference (Photo via DPI)

(Department of Public Information Press Release) His Excellency, Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali has called for the formation of a new global coalition to address the urgent issues of climate change, food security, and energy security.

President Ali, was at the time delivering the feature address at the second International Energy Conference and Expo, being hosted at the Guyana Marriott Hotel in Kingston, Georgetown.

He highlighted the interdependence of these challenges and emphasised the importance of engaging all stakeholders to find effective solutions.

We cannot confront these challenges in isolation of the actors within the challenge themselves. So, how is it that we can lead a new world effort in building a coalition that addresses these challenges that the world we live in is facing and will face in a more severe manner,” President Ali said to the audience.

The president’s call to action comes at a critical time, as the world faces increasing threats from the impacts of climate change, including extreme weather events, rising sea levels, and loss of biodiversity. Food and energy security have also become pressing concerns as populations grow.

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