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Haiti - Environment : Simon Dieuseul Desras met Ségolène Royal in New York
22/04/2016 12:14:06

Haiti - Environment : Simon Dieuseul Desras met Ségolène Royal in New York
Thursday in New York the day before the opening ceremony of signatures of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change (COP21) this Friday, April 22 and that will continue until 21 April 2017, Simon Dieuseul Desras, the new Minister of the Environment of Haiti, met with Ségolène Royal, the French Minister of Environment, Energy and the Sea, responsible for international relations on climate.

After having thanked France for its support throughout the process leading to the development of its Planned Contribution Determined at National level (the CPDN) Download the proposal of Haiti : http://www.haitilibre.com/docs/CPDN_Republique-d-Haiti.pdf

The Minister Desras confirmed to the Minister Royal that his Ministry in this transition period, intended to respect the commitments of Haiti signed in September 2015.

Moreover, Desras strongly request the assistance of France in line with the promises made by President François Hollande during his visit to Haiti to help the country to develop a program to strengthen its technical capacity, particularly in terms of evaluation, study of environmental impacts and adaptation strategy development (for agriculture, water resources, tourism and energy, transport) and also develop and implement training programs for careers in the sea, intended for environmental monitoring agents.

He also praised France for its International Alliance Initiative for solar energy and reaffirmed the willingness of Haiti to be part and beneficiary of this initiative, saying that Haiti relies on the support of France for the installation of solar panels production units that have the effect of reducing pressure on natural resources and creating opportunities and sustainable employment.

Download the agreement of the COP : http://www.haitilibre.com/docs/l09r01.pdf

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