The Spain Pavilion has closed its doors at COP25 after twelve days of intense activity, marked by interesting debates to boost global climate action.

Parallel to the multilateral negotiation in which all the countries that are part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change have participated and following the agenda of the thematic days set by the United Nations, the Spain Pavilion has been for a few days the center of social participation in this COP.

A space that has sought to place the Spanish experience in the international context and climate agenda. "The events and meetings that have taken place here have sought to activate the ambition and transformation required in the fight against climate change, with an inclusive approach, giving voice to all and paying special attention to the most vulnerable," he said. the director of the Spain Pavilion, Alicia Montalvo.

In total, 340 speakers who have participated in more than 70 events have passed through the Spain Pavilion. Scientists, activists, youth, ministers, businessmen, philanthropists, artists, representatives of organized civil society and indigenous communities, religious leaders, academics, bankers, unions, investors, journalists … all contributing their knowledge and experience in the search for solutions to challenge posed by climate change.

Ministry for Ecological TransitionThe Minister for Ecological Transition in operation, Teresa Ribera, has been in charge of closing the Spain Pavilion. And he has done so by thanking all those who "have come to participate and have given their best to make this summit a success of participation and organization, especially considering the haste with which he has had to carried out". Although multilateral negotiation is still taking place, the minister referred to how important it is for climate action to be transversal and permeate the entire society and that is what has been seen these days in the Spain Pavilion.

The discussions have ranged from intergenerational justice, the most sustainable cities, innovative technologies in key sectors of decarbonization, oceans and risk management in coastal areas, gender, health, electromobility, scientific evidence as a vector of climate action, to sustainable finance or the just transition

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