Prime Minister Andrew Holness has been updating world leaders at the United Nations, in New York, on achievements under the Climate Financing Initiative. He has also been speaking about important initiatives in ocean led climate control matters.
The Prime Minister spoke of the achievements in Climate Financing, Sunday, September 22, in his capacity as co-chair of the Climate Financing Initiative at the United Nations (UN) Climate Action Summit in New York.
Prime Minister Holness was appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres to co-chair the Initiative along with the Presidents of France and Qatar to mobilise Government and private sector to build political consensus and increase momentum to raise $100 billion in climate finance by 2020.
In giving an update, the Prime Minister said the achievements represent a solid package of outcomes.
The Prime Minister will address the assembly Friday on Jamaica’s policy statement or the outlook of the country.