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At a time when unprecedented heatwaves are gripping many regions of the world, today’s event highlighted how urgent action is needed to deliver sustainable cooling solutions that will protect people without hastening climate change.

Several ministers and high-level representatives rallied behind the Global Cooling Pledge, its calls to action on sustainable cooling, and the steps the global community must take to achieve a “Cool COP28”, specifically one that sparks commitments towards improving sustainable cooling access.


From left to right: Shri Abhay Bakre (Government of India); Dr. Sultan al Jaber (UAE); Ligia Noronha (UNEP); Dr. Jitendra Singh (Government of India); Dan Jørgensen (Government of Denmark); Damilola Ogunbiyi (SEforALL); Rohit Monserrate (City of Panaji)
“This voluntary pledge offers state and non-state actors a unique chance to enhance voluntary commitments to climate mitigation, adaptation, resilience and investments towards sustainable cooling,” highlighted Ms. Ligia Noronha, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Head of the New York Office UNEP

Previewed earlier this year, it calls for progress on nature-based solutions, super-efficient appliances, food and vaccine cold chains, district cooling, and National Cooling Action Plans, among others.

During this High-Level Dialogue organized alongside G20 Energy Transition Ministerial in Goa, Dr. Sultan al Jaber, COP28 President-Designate and the UAE’s Special Envoy for Climate Change, said, “We have a unique opportunity to deliver a significant collective response to the cooling challenge via this very important initiative – the Global Cooling Pledge. This Pledge aims to improve efficiency and increase access to sustainable cooling. It is gaining momentum, with more than 20 early supporters, including India and Denmark.”