Press Release. UN Cuban Mission officials met with Yale University students taking a Master Degree in International Climate Change Negotiations
New York, March 13. Officials of the Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations had a meeting with students from Yale University who are taking a Master Degree in International Climate Change Negotiations.
During the meeting, they discussed about the causes preventing significant advances in the negotiation process held under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. There was a special emphasis on the historical responsibilities of developed countries regarding the climate change and the need for them to commit to humanity to change the production and consumption patterns. In like manner, they addressed issues like the South Countries’ right to develop as well as the need for financial resources and technologies to be transferred to these countries so that they can adapt to the climate change consequences.
This meeting is part of the numerous exchanges the Permanent Mission of Cuba is holding with students from various nationalities who are interested in knowing the position of our country regarding negotiation issues in the multilateral area.