Haiti takes part in the environmental summit in Kenya

The conclave will address the role of multilateralism in addressing planetary challenges and the so-called triple planetary crisis caused by climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution.

The meeting is scheduled to end next Friday and is expected to be attended by world leaders and around five thousand representatives from governments, civil society and the business sector.

This is the sixth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly.

Currently, the Haitian Ministry of the Environment has the strategic direction of uniting all sectors of the country to advance the greenhouse gas inventory.

The agreements signed by the Haitian government contain a number of demands, including the application of a strengthened transparency framework.

The Caribbean country faces a problem in collecting data on greenhouse gases and there is a reluctance from certain sectors to report data on the issue.

This portfolio assumes that this information is critical in the fight against climate change. However, if they are not available, it is difficult to fulfill the obligations under the agreements and conventions signed by the government on environmental issues.

Depending on the source, it is important to have data available to plan actions, calculate future trends and monitor the progress of actions already taken.

Monitoring greenhouse gases is crucial to reducing pollutants and preventing global warming.