A Filipina Reporter Made it Through The UN Climate Change Talks and It Matters

It’s an honor for the Philippines as a reporter Gaea Katreena Cabico is among 20 writers granted associations to join in and report on the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties in Glasgow, Scotland in November.

In view of this, Cabico and Rappler’s Pia Ranada will join columnists from agricultural nations under the Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) program coordinated by the Earth Journalism Network and the Stanley Center for Peace and Security.

Along with this, Cabico has been expounding on the climate since 2018 and covers natural issues through the perspective of common freedoms. She likewise expounds on the effect that strategies and ventures have on networks that might have been ignored by strategy producers.

The COP26 addresses a significant second in the battle to battle environmental change, being the main COP to occur after the milestone 2015 Paris Agreement’s principles were set to produce results, offering nations the chance to survey responsibilities and reinforce worldwide desire.

In fact, the gathering likewise follows the new arrival of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change sixth Assessment report, just as the around the world troublesome COVID-19 pandemic, which will both factor into the conversations.





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