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2nd Ministerial Dialogue on a Global Just Transition away from fossil fuels

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Days after two cyclones made landfall on Vanuatu within the span of 48 hours, ministers from Pacific Island nations are gathering in the nation's capital from today to deliberate on building towards regional solidarity around a managed phaseout of fossil fuels. 

This Ministerial Dialogue, hosted by the Governments of Vanuatu and Tuvalu in Port Vila, follows on from COP27 in Egypt, where the Governments of Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Fiji hosted a Ministerial Dialogue aimed at navigating a rapid, global phaseout of fossil fuels while continuing to sustainably develop. At the close of COP27, more than 80 countries were in support of a phaseout of all fossil fuels.


'Port Vila Call to Action for a   Just Transition to a Fossil Fuel Free Pacific'


Joint CSO Press Release regarding outcomes from the Dialogue


Official Government Press Release regarding Outcomes from the Dialogue

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