The ACF and AEF urge leaders to prioritise the needs of the world's most vulnerable

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In a joint statement, the African Climate Foundation (ACF) and the Africa-Europe Foundation (AEF) urge world leaders to increase ambition and foster global cooperation on climate at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP26).

The ACF and AEF view the upcoming COP26 as a critical opportunity for the international community to draw lessons from the ongoing climate crisis and COVID-19 pandemic to prioritise the needs of the world’s most vulnerable people. As their work centres on greater socio-economic and climate resilience on the African continent, both foundations strongly support the African Group of Negotiators (AGN) in its call for greater emphasis to be placed on adaptation, loss and damage, and climate finance.

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