By Sameh Selim: Scientific diplomacy and the climate summit

Mr. Sameh Selim

Scientific diplomacy and the climate summit

Scientists are the title of modern and contemporary civilization. Modern inventions adopted by modernized scientists and technology have a significant impact on the global economy and get out of the new economic crises that are exacerbating daily, foremost of which is the environmental crises that relate to daily life.

Here comes the great importance of holding international conferences sponsored by some interested countries under the umbrella of the United Nations.

On the other hand, these international conferences are consolidated into a new type of diplomacy: scientific diplomacy, where scientists from all countries of the world meet, regardless of their political or religious affiliations. Or doctrinal, or even if they are from warring nations or in a state of political or military hostility to a scientific rapprochement between the scholars of these countries so that every scientist presents their scientific proposal in the conference about how to confront the current crises and how to overcome them by modern scientific methods and this is what international politics in all its forms has failed to achieve. 

Science among the scientists of these countries under the auspices of the United Nations puts the world in a better position than we are now, especially climate change and nature, which has become volatile daily.

In this regard, we refer to the Climate Summit, which will be held soon in the Egyptian city of Sharm El Sheikh under the auspices of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, which he and his government are making great efforts for its success, whether in terms of preparation or organization to come up with scientific treaties or international agreements that increase the rapprochement of peoples and protect their interests and raise concerns the current and future environment and how to develop new systems to confront it.

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