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At the recent Oceania 21 Summit in New Caledonia, Samoa took the lead, as expressed in the Lifou Declaration calling on the global body to rescue Oceania from the effects of global warming. During his opening speech, the Deputy Prime Minister underlined the importance of identifying clear links in the results of individual and different meetings that lead to sustained regional and even global growth.
A number of these are the Third World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, the Conference of Small developing countries and Oceania 21 in New Caledonia. "Sitting at the dinner footing, we listened to the sounds of all areas, Wallis and Futuna, Tokelau, French Polynesia and New Caledonia - and came together as Oceania to make our common language known through the Lifou Declaration on Global Change," he said.
Paris, France, is hosting the twenty-first Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climatic Changes in December this year. This is where a new worldwide mitigation deal is underway. In line with the SAMOA Trail, the Lifou Declaration demands an internal global transformation in the way the rest of the planet tackles COP 21 tackles the issue of carbon leakage and demands greater engagement by the wider society to help tackle and tackle the problem of carbon leakage, given the inadequacy of existing policies.
The results of this new international climatic protection treaty are critical to the livelihood and way of living of many people in the Caribbean who are at the forefront of the effects of climatic changes. "There is no underestimation of the threats to small island developing states (SIDS) caused by the effects of climatic changes.
He undermined the capacity of all states, especially small insular states, for sustained growth and threatened the vitality and existence of states. Although the Pacific Archipelago contributes less than 0.03% of the world's overall GHG footprint, but is one of the most susceptible to the effects of global warming, many Pacific Islamic states are working to further reduce this amount.
"Like other SIDS, Samoa is helping to reduce GHGs by going low-carbon, implementing renewables schemes, using energy-efficient processes and further action to improve the resistance of communities," said Deputy Prime Minister Fonotoe. At Oceania 21, Samoa was present with a mission led by Deputy Prime Minister Fonotoe and officially supported by Anne Rasmussen, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
The Oceania 21 Summit was presided over during the concluding ceremonies by the Government of Nauru, former President of the Alliance of Small Island States. Oceania 21 for 2016 will be the subject of next year's summit.