Uganda’s representatives to the Pan African Parliament have signed a petition calling on African leaders to push for favorable terms at the upcoming 2015 Paris Climate Conference scheduled for November.
Legislators including Onyango Kakoba,Sam Otada and Elijah Okupa are asking African leaders to commit to ambitious actions to reduce carbon emissions.
Sam Otada said agreements from the Climate Conference should be binding and have the force to see action taken.
This initiative has been speared headed by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance calling for immediate action to avert climate disasters
These are now calling participants expected to be in this conference to come up with an agreement that delivers climate actions at a level adequate to stop climate change and keep global warming below 1.5 degrees.
Story By Samuel Ssebuliba