As world leaders convene at COP 28, the stakes could not be higher, especially for nations like the Bahamas. Prime Minister Davis, bearing the weight of our nation's experience with Hurricane Dorian, is set to lead a crucial fight for recognition and action on climate change, a battle underscored by profound human suffering and resilience.
This summit is not just another diplomatic engagement for us; it is a matter of survival. The catastrophic impact of Hurricane Dorian on the Bahamas is a harrowing testament to what lies ahead if decisive action is not taken. Homes destroyed, communities uprooted, lives lost – these are not mere statistics but the stark reality of climate change’s wrath.
Prime Minister Davis attends COP 28 with a mission to transform these tragedies into a force for global change. He represents not just our nation but every community that has felt the merciless blow of a warming planet. His advocacy is fueled by real stories of loss and recovery – stories that highlight the urgent need for a united global response to the climate crisis.
The leadership of the Bahamas at this summit is critical. We are there to demand action, to ensure that the voices of those most affected by climate change are not just heard but heeded. Prime Minister Davis’s presence is a powerful reminder to the world that the fight against climate change is fundamentally a fight for the lives and futures of real people.
As leaders gather at COP 28, the Bahamas stands at the forefront of a critical battle. Under Prime Minister Davis’s leadership, we are fighting not just for policy changes but for the recognition of the human toll of climate inaction. This is our plea, our fight, and our hope for a future where no nation has to bear the brunt of climate change alone.
Director of Communication
Office of The Prime Minister