Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar spoke at the World Climate Action Summit at COP28 in Dubai. He emphasized that climate change is a serious threat and action is needed. He urged developed countries to fulfill their finance commitments under the Paris Agreement. Pakistan presented a national adaptation plan and launched the Living Indus initiative. Kakar also stressed the need for climate finance, technology transfer, and capacity building for developing countries. He highlighted the importance of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and called for at least half of climate financing to be allocated for adaptation. Kakar also emphasized the need to activate the loss and damage fund to help countries facing climate change effects. He hopes that the Global Stocktake at COP28 will provide a recipe for global course correction and help keep the 1.5-degree Celsius goal within reach. The COP28 conference in Dubai is the largest ever, with over 140 heads of state and government delivering speeches.
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