Prime Minister Philip Davis Hails Partanna's Pioneering Efforts in Climate Action at COP28
In a compelling speech at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) meeting during the Conference of Parties (COP28) in Dubai, Prime Minister Philip Davis emphasized the urgency of climate action, highlighting Partanna’s construction of carbon negative, climate resilient homes in the Bahamas.
Prime Minister Davis underscored the critical need for rapid and effective measures to combat climate change, noting that "time is a luxury we do not have." His speech, marked by a sense of urgency, questioned the speed and effectiveness of global efforts in addressing climate threats, especially for small island developing states like the Bahamas.
Despite this, the Prime Minister celebrated the progress made in the fight against climate change and its effects by Partanna in its development of carbon negative concrete technology and its partnership with the government of the Bahamas to build the world’s first carbon negative, climate resilient housing development.
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Partanna on the international stage
Prime Minister Davis's speech at COP28 further drives international attention to the innovative work being done in the Bahamas. It's a call to action for nations and companies worldwide to prioritize sustainable and resilient solutions in their fight against climate change.
At Partanna, we are inspired and motivated by this recognition, remaining dedicated to our mission of building a sustainable future for all.
To find out more about our ‘Home for the World’: the world’s first climate resilient, carbon negative home built in partnership with the government of the Bahamas click here.