Fiji To Support Global Charter to Preserve Marine Ecosystem
Fiji has called on G7 nations for meaningful international momentum to be built to preserve our ecosystems and enhance climate ambition.
This was highlighted by the Minister for Agriculture and Waterways, Mahendra Reddy, who is leading Fiji’s delegation to the G7 Environment Ministers meeting which is currently underway in France.
Fiji was invited by France, the current president of the G7, to participate at the G7 Environment Ministers meeting this week because of its growing role in climate and environment advocacy and awareness activities on the international stage.
To effectively carry this out and to raise ambition, the Reddy said that Fiji would support a global charter instrument that would deliver the preservation of coral reefs, sea marshes, mangroves and all wetlands and ecosystems.