Secretary General of the Commonwealth- Patricia Scotland shared a glimpse of her engagements and meetings at the International Coral Reef Initiative high-level breakfast at UNOC 2022 on Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Caribbean: Secretary General of the Commonwealth– Patricia Scotland shared a glimpse of her engagements and meetings at the International Coral Reef Initiative high-level breakfast at UNOC 2022 on Wednesday, June 29, 2022.
Firstly, she met with HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, who is a great ocean champion, on Wednesday, June 29, 2022. The meeting was held at the International Coral Reef Initiative high-level breakfast at UNOC 2022.
In the meeting, Patricia Scotland and Prince Albert II shared some of the work to advance the 56 Commonwealth countries to Save our Ocean under Blue Charter and Coral.
Through her social media, Patricia Scotland noted, “Honoured to meet HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, a great Ocean champion, at the International Coral Reef Initiative high-level breakfast today at UNOC2022 and to share some of the work we are advancing in 56 Commonwealth countries to Save Our Ocean under Blue Charter and For Coral.”
Further, Patricia Scotland also expressed pleasure in sharing the Commonwealth vision at the International Coral Reef Initiative high-level breakfast with collaborators such as HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden.
Thirdly, she met Pennelope Beckles-Robinson, Minister of Planning & Development, Trinidad & Tobago and her team at #UNOC22. She expressed pleasure in looking forward to advancing our work on #Blue Economy #Mangroves #Climate Action building on our Commonwealth #Blue Charter.
Patricia Scotland also expressed pleasure for the Wonderful to see the energy & commitment Defra UK is investing in Climate & #Ocean Action and stated that she is Pleased to speak with Minister for Nature Recovery & Domestic Environment Rebecca Powand to hear about opportunities that could benefit our #Commonwealth, such as the #Blue Planet Fund.
Oceans are the most prestigious natural resource present on the Earth for the people and deliver water sustainability.
The ocean is known as a huge body of saltwater that almost covers about 71 percent of the Earth’s surface. The Earth has one global ocean, which started from the oceanographers and moved around the countries of the world that have traditionally divided it into four distinct regions.
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