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Georgian Prime Minister praises WECF’s NAMA project

In his speech at the COP21, Georgian prime minister Irakli Gharibashvili mentioned the important work that WECF has done to mitigate climate change in his country

10.12.2015 |




In his speech at the COP21, Georgian prime minister Irakli Gharibashvili mentioned the important work that WECF has done to mitigate climate change in his country.

Prime Minister Gharibashvili spoke of the challenges his country faced due to climate change, such as floods and landslides, and Georgia’s progressive role in the solutions for climate change, particularly in terms of clean energy. In this, he mentioned the work that WECF has done in the CLEEN Energy project for national efficient energy plans and local development. Listen to the speech in English here:

 


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