Prime Minister Davis Advocates for Enhanced Climate Action at Global Citizen Now 2024

Nassau, Bahamas – Prime Minister Philip Davis has successfully concluded his participation at the Global Citizen Now event in New York, where he championed significant climate action and sought new partnerships to address global environmental challenges.

During his time at the event, Prime Minister Davis engaged in a high-level panel discussion with international leaders including His Excellency Mokgweetsi Masisi. The focus was on accelerating climate action through global cooperation, with an emphasis on innovative solutions that can be applied particularly in small island developing states like The Bahamas, which are disproportionately affected by climate change.

In addition to the panel, Prime Minister Davis held productive bilateral meetings with key figures and organizations dedicated to environmental advocacy. These included dialogues with Mary Mapes from the Jane Goodall Institute and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, which centered on forming strategic partnerships that leverage their expertise and resources to enhance The Bahamas’ resilience to environmental impacts.

As he wrapped up his attendance, Prime Minister Davis’s proactive approach at the Global Citizen Now event has laid the groundwork for enhanced international collaboration, driving forward The Bahamas’ climate agenda and creating more robust opportunities for partnerships in environmental sustainability.