The Executive President of Pan African Parliamentarians Network on Climate Change-PAPNCC, Hon. Awudu Mbaya has left the country for Kenya to attend the Second Pan African Summit on Climate Change. Hon. Awudu Mbaya is leading a powerful delegation of 38 African MPs. According to a communiqué issued on November 10, 2015, by PAPNCC, the summit will bring together Pan African Parliament, the United Nations Environmental and the civil society and other stakeholders to harmonize Africa’s position at the Paris Summit on Climate Change. Furthermore, the Summit is also expected to fine-tune proposals that will be tabled to African Heads of States as part of the on-going negotiations on a new climate change binding agreement to replace the Kyoto Protocol.
The Conference which begins 11-14 of November shall be presided over by Kenyan President and it is expected to put in place strategies for a protocol for Africa at the Paris Summit come December 2015.