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‘Grímsson receives recognition for his impact on COP28’

by Dubaiforum

Former President of Iceland, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, has recently been recognized with a prestigious honorary award for his significant contributions to the UN Climate Change Conference, COP28. This conference took place in the United Arab Emirates at the conclusion of last year.

The accolade was presented to Grímsson by the President of the United Arab Emirates, Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, during a ceremony held in the capital city of Abu Dhabi. Grímsson’s efforts and dedication to addressing climate change and advocating for sustainable practices were acknowledged and celebrated through this special recognition.

In addition to this recent honor, it was revealed that Grímsson had joined the international advisory committee of the President of the Climate Change Parliament at the beginning of last year. He actively participated in consultations in Abu Dhabi to prepare for the climate change Parliament and played a vital role in advancing discussions and initiatives related to environmental sustainability and climate action.

Grímsson’s commitment to addressing global climate challenges and his continued involvement in international efforts to combat climate change highlight his dedication to promoting a more sustainable future for our planet. His contributions have not gone unnoticed, and his work serves as an inspiration to others in the fight against climate change.

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