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Nairobi to Host Berlin Climate and Security Conference

Nairobi to Host Berlin Climate and Security Conference
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In a significant milestone for environmental diplomacy, Kenya is poised to host the 2023 Berlin Climate and Security Conference on the 6th of July in Nairobi.

This marks the first-ever African edition of the conference, jointly organized by the Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, the German Federal Foreign Office, and Adelphi.

Since its inception in 2019, the annual Berlin Climate and Security Conference has emerged as a global platform that brings together governments, international peace organizations, and security experts to address the crucial intersection of climate change and global security.

The conference seeks to foster dialogue and collaboration, utilizing a holistic approach that incorporates diplomacy, development, and defense strategies.

Kenya’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs acknowledges the paramount importance of tackling climate change, recognizing it as the greatest challenge of our time.

Foreign Principal Secretary, Korir Singoei, emphasized in a statement that climate change poses a severe threat to the integrity of ecosystems and presents an existential risk to humanity and biodiversity.

By hosting this prestigious conference, Kenya reaffirms its commitment to environmental conservation, sustainable development, and the protection of vulnerable communities affected by climate change.

The event provides a platform for global leaders, policymakers, and experts to exchange knowledge, share best practices, and explore innovative solutions to address the urgent climate-related security challenges facing the world.

Kenya’s unique geographic location and diverse ecosystems make it an ideal setting for discussing climate and security issues, as the country experiences both the impacts of climate change and the potential for innovative climate adaptation and mitigation strategies.

The 2023 Berlin Climate and Security Conference in Kenya signifies a pivotal moment for Africa’s active participation in shaping global climate policy and fostering cooperation among nations.

It underscores the continent’s recognition of its significant role in addressing climate change and its commitment to finding sustainable solutions that safeguard the planet and its inhabitants.



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