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Cultural Heritage Partnership to enable ambitious climate action – Climate Action Summit 2019
21 September 2019
In order to ensure that the transformative actions in the real economy are as impactful as possible, the UN Secretary-General has prioritized “Social and Political Drivers” as one of the key areas, which are recognized as having high potential to curb greenhouse gas emissions and increased global action on adaptation and resilience.

Ιn the framework of the Social and Political Drivers Coalition led by the governments of Spain and Peru, Greece, with the supporting partnership of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) as well as in collaboration with the Secretary General’s Climate Action Summit team, UN SDSN, ICOMOS and Europa Nostra, organized at the UN Headquarters a Climate Action pre-Summit Event entitled “Cultural Heritage Partnership to Enable Ambitious Climate Action”.

The principal aim of the Event was to highlight the importance of protecting cultural and natural heritage from climate change impact and raise awareness, through the relevant presentations and subsequent discussions, on potential actions to be undertaken by states in order to support adaptation and resilience of cultural and natural heritage to climate change actions.

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Climate Action Summit : National Statement

23 September 2019
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ speech at the UN Climate Action‬ Summit.
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National Statement