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King Charles at COP28

December 4th, 2023

by Duncan Gaswaga

In an historic moment at COP28, His Majesty King Charles III delivered a compelling address that resonated with urgency and conviction in the global fight against climate change.

The monarch, known for his unwavering commitment to environmental causes, outlined a visionary path forward emphasizing the need for collaborative efforts to address the pressing challenges facing our planet.

King Charles stressed the importance of international cooperation, calling for a united front to implement sustainable solutions. He highlighted the role of innovation and technology in mitigating climate change, underlining the necessity of transitioning to renewable energy sources.

The monarch’s address resonated with a call to action, urging nations to prioritize environmental stewardship over short-term interests.

His Majesty’s speech drew attention to the interconnectedness of environmental issues, emphasizing the impact of biodiversity, ecosystems and vulnerable communities. He advocated for holistic approaches that consider both social and environmental factors in crafting effective policies.

This address builds upon King Charles’ longstanding commitment to environmental causes. Over the years, he has championed initiatives promoting sustainable practices, biodiversity, conservation and the reduction of carbon emissions. His advocacy has transcended ceremonial roles, with the monarch actively engaging in projects and partnerships aimed at fostering a global commitment to fighting climate change.

King Charles’ address only marks the beginning as there is so much more to come at COP28. The eyes of the world are on the UAE as we wait for the resolutions of COP28 which we hope will enable enormous strides in the fight against climate change. 

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Duncan Gaswaga

Duncan Gaswaga is a high school student at St Mary’s College, Kisubi, Uganda. His interests include essay writing; he has won silver and gold finalist awards in the Queen’s Commonwealth essay competition. He enjoys reading novels and his favourite authors include J.K. Rowling, John Grisham and George R.R. Martin. Duncan’s ambition is to be a lawyer. He is specifically interested in criminal law and hopes to reform the criminal justice system of Uganda and make his name in the field.

He draws his inspiration from the Chief Justice Alphonse Owinyi Dollo and he one day hopes to become Chief Justice himself.

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by Duncan Gaswaga

In an historic moment at COP28, His Majesty King Charles III delivered a compelling address that resonated with urgency and conviction in the global fight against climate change.

The monarch, known for his unwavering commitment to environmental causes, outlined a visionary path forward emphasizing the need for collaborative efforts to address the pressing challenges facing our planet.

King Charles stressed the importance of international cooperation, calling for a united front to implement sustainable solutions. He highlighted the role of innovation and technology in mitigating climate change, underlining the necessity of transitioning to renewable energy sources.

The monarch’s address resonated with a call to action, urging nations to prioritize environmental stewardship over short-term interests.

His Majesty’s speech drew attention to the interconnectedness of environmental issues, emphasizing the impact of biodiversity, ecosystems and vulnerable communities. He advocated for holistic approaches that consider both social and environmental factors in crafting effective policies.

This address builds upon King Charles’ longstanding commitment to environmental causes. Over the years, he has championed initiatives promoting sustainable practices, biodiversity, conservation and the reduction of carbon emissions. His advocacy has transcended ceremonial roles, with the monarch actively engaging in projects and partnerships aimed at fostering a global commitment to fighting climate change.

King Charles’ address only marks the beginning as there is so much more to come at COP28. The eyes of the world are on the UAE as we wait for the resolutions of COP28 which we hope will enable enormous strides in the fight against climate change.