WE can have some pride in our country and the credit must go to Prime Minister James Marape, through the Minister for Environment & Conservation and the group of MPs and delegates who are attending the climate change meeting (COP26). They have put the spotlight on Papua New Guinea and let the world know what we have to offer in terms of solutions to climate change.
Papua New Guinea has the cleanest air substance and air space in the world.
We have to take the advantage this, all citizens have the right to benefit from the carbon credit scheme, if the world’s industrialised countries needs our clean air for their clean economy.
Reforestation and green energy must be the policy forecast for everyone in this country starting now and beyond.
The beneficiaries are the citizens of Papua New Guinea.
Christopher W Taweg