17th December 01:32 PM
FNPF display messages and drawings of the public on climate change at My FNPF Centre
By Lena Reece and Rupeni Vatubuli
Thursday 12/10/2017
FNPF had messages and drawings of the young and old on scrolls fashioned from Masi at the My FNPF Centre

In support of Fiji’s Presidency at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany next month, the Fiji National Provident Fund had messages and drawings of the young and old on scrolls fashioned from Masi at the My FNPF Centre.

FNPF has been overwhelmed with the response from the public to its climate change initiative to celebrate Fiji Day.

FNPF Chief Operating Officer Jaoji Koroi says that over the past few days, FNPF provided a piece of masi at the My FNPF Centre for members of the public to write climate change related messages.

He says that given that masi is a precious commodity for Fiji, the use of the masi symbolizes the seriousness of the issue of climate change to Fiji, it’s people and the Pacific.

Koroi stressed that FNPF is aware of the critical role that Fiji will play at the UN Climate Change Conference and hopes that the masi scrolls will contribute to government’s efforts to lobby global leaders to commit to reducing carbon emissions that have led to global warming.

He is hopeful that the messages on the scrolls will influence some change amongst world leaders.

Koroi presented the scrolls to the Executive Director of COP23 Presidency Secretariat-John Connor yesterday. 

In support of Fiji’s Presidency at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany next month, the Fiji National Provident Fund had messages and drawings of the young and old on scrolls fashioned from Masi at the My FNPF Centre.

FNPF has been overwhelmed with the response from the public to its climate change initiative to celebrate Fiji Day.

FNPF Chief Operating Officer, Jaoji Koroi says that over the past few days, FNPF provided a piece of masi at the My FNPF Centre for members of the public to write climate change related messages.

He says that given that masi is a precious commodity for Fiji, the use of the masi symbolizes the seriousness of the issue of climate change to Fiji, it’s people and the Pacific.

Koroi stressed that FNPF is aware of the critical role that Fiji will play at the UN Climate Change Conference and hopes that the masi scrolls will contribute to government’s efforts to lobby global leaders to commit to reducing carbon emissions that have led to global warming.

He is hopeful that the messages on the scrolls will influence some change amongst world leaders.

Koroi presented the scrolls to the Executive Director of COP23 Presidency Secretariat-John Connor yesterday. 

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