Dr. Jasmine Fouad, Minister for the Environment, opened the Investment and Biodiversity Forum held today and tomorrow at the 14th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, with the participation of the Minister for Investment and International Cooperation Dr. Sahar Nasr and Christina Palmer, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity and Parties. Egypt and the world.
Dr Yasmin Fouad said there are plenty of opportunities to invest in biodiversity and environmental issues that will be presented during the Presidency of the Egyptian Conference to integrate and disseminate the concept of biodiversity concepts in order to create true sustainable development opportunities that take environmental concerns into account and create genuine partnerships. all interested parties and parties. Youth, civil society and the private sector … and to address environmental issues and turn them into real opportunities that serve the community.
We are working hard to tackle it now, since, although 25 years have passed since the Convention on Biological Diversity, we have not been blessed with good protection and, during the Egyptian Presidency, the Conference will be a real opportunity to take further action. And solutions to many problems related to investment and biodiversity, because we do not cover the losses of the planet.
She pointed out that this conference was an opportunity to create more interconnected relationships between the two sectors in order to protect natural resources and to develop a planned roadmap on the ground, so that it would be an investment opportunity, not a challenge, and this is the only way we should remain, and none another can not guarantee the life of future generations.
She pointed out that the next two years should seek to protect natural resources, emphasizing that Egypt will do its utmost to address the obstacles to the protection of biodiversity and to make it private sector opportunities and investments in order to guarantee the rights of future generations. She explained that the Peace Park exhibition is the best evidence of sustainable development, creating income opportunities and providing community-based products and services while preserving biodiversity. Sustainable development depends on all aspects of the financial, economic, social, and the fact that Egypt puts Africa at the heart of all these issues.
She also welcomed Dr. Sahara Nasra's interest in investing in environmental matters and welcomed the participation and participation in the Business Forum at the Conference of the Parties, stressing that biodiversity is a new and leading investment sector.
Minister for Investment and International Cooperation Sahar Nasr said that investment in environmental matters is a promising sector and requires a lot of partnerships. This sector is a real opportunity to invest in nature and environmental protection, pointing out that the investment community has a crucial role to play in increasing employment opportunities in biodiversity and achieving greater growth. From success.
Christina Palmer, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, emphasized that the close relationship between the two sectors and the forum was the opportunity to integrate biodiversity concepts into business and investment for the benefit of all parties. He noted the importance of swift action to address the risks of biodiversity loss by 2030 to reduce losses in this important sector. What is the basis of life? It is necessary to be courageous and determined to ensure measures to protect biodiversity, so as not to hinder sustainable development. It's time to change the language of dialogue to talk about the interactions between investment and the environment to use previous lessons. What will benefit the public and hope in the coming years.