Rabat, Sep 11 (IANS/MAP) The second Climate Chance World Summit kicked off on Monday in Morocco's southern city of Agadir with an aim to assess climate efforts by non-state actors.
The summit, gathering non-state actors from around the world, called for mobilization in order to continue the pressing fight against climate change in view of the destructive impact of the damage related to the phenomenon.
During the three-day event, the focus will be on reviewing the global climate action agenda set at the UN climate conferences and to assess the progress made by non-state actors across the world.
It will encourage the pooling of experience and innovations, pinpointing more effective solutions and seeking new initiatives from climate action.
During the summit, attendees will put sharper focus on issues facing the African continent and discuss various challenges of African cities.
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