In a COP21 speech, the UAE emphasized that the developed world bears commitments to the developing countries to help them fund their attempts to cope with the impacts of the climate change, UAE Interact reported quoting UAE’s Minister of State, Dr. Sultan Al-Jaber.

Dr. Al-Jaber advocated for an introduction of a flexible system that would reflect on all countries’ priorities in their efforts to develop climate change actions.

In other developments, the World Energy Council (WEC), a global multi-energy non-profit organisation that promotes sustainable use of energy, signed a Patronship Agreement with UAE’s Masdar, making the firm a member in an international program involving 50 leading energy companies, according to the Emirates News Agency,

“We are proud to partner with the WEC to expand access to sustainable energy across the globe, and to enhance educational, training, and mentoring opportunities along with other WEC patrons,” said Masdar CEO, Dr. Belhoul.

WEC will host an annual plenary session at the following World Future Energy Summit during the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week slotted for January 2016.