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Remarks by Jorge Moreira da Silva, UNOPS Executive Director, at the 'Environment Management Group High-level Dialogue: Strengthening UN system Climate Action in support of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change' at COP28 – Dubai, 2 December 2023
Remarks by Jorge Moreira da Silva, UNOPS Executive Director, at the CVF-V20 – Global Stocktake on Climate Finance high-level event 'Rising With The Tide: Tracking Reforms in the International Financial Architecture for Accelerated Development-Positive Climate Action' at COP28 – Dubai, 2 December 2023
Remarks by Jorge Moreira da Silva, UNOPS Executive Director, at the 'Launch of the Africa Energy Transition Partnership' event, co-hosted by Sustainable Energy for All and UNOPS at COP28 – Dubai, 2 December 2023
UNOPS and Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll) have signed a new partnership to help African countries advance climate action and universal access to clean energy, in line with the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Remarks by Jorge Moreira da Silva, UNOPS Executive Director, at the 'Enhanced Transparency for Small Island Developing States' official COP28 side event, co-hosted by Antigua and Barbuda, Greenhouse Gas Management Institute and Initiative for Climate Action Transparency (ICAT) – Dubai, 1 December 2023
The conflict in northern Ethiopia has had a devastating impact on millions of people and left communities, including those in Tigray, without access to basic services.
Remarks by Jorge Moreira da Silva, UNOPS Executive Director, at the 'Action for Climate Targets: ACT for a Net-Zero Future' event, hosted by UNOPS at COP28 – Dubai, 1 December 2023
UNOPS and the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) will work to improve access to high-quality healthcare, especially for patients with disabilities.
Jorge Moreira da Silva will lead his team of experts to COP28 in Dubai.
We have to focus on buildings to help mitigate the impacts of climate change. Here's why – and how to do it.
A report from the UN Environment Programme, UNOPS and the University of Oxford highlights the contributions of nature-based infrastructure solutions to sustainable development, climate and biodiversity.