President-elect's spokesperson, Mohamed Firzul, said: "Dr. Muizzu also noted the changes in climate change and highlighted the most appropriate measures to be taken. He said that there is a need to work towards climate adaptation and that some policies should be adopted to make the country a carbon-neutral country. ''
Furthermore, the president-elect's spokesperson said that Dr. Muizzu noted that Maldivians are victims of the impacts of climate change in the way the major economies of the world are acting.
"The President-elect believes that despite the challenges posed by climate change, the Maldives will continue to remain as a nation and a state as it was in the past," said Mr. Firzul.
In an Al Jazeera interview, President-elect Dr. Muizzu said that he does not believe that the Maldives will disappear in 2050 due to climate issues. However, what needs to be done must be done to mitigate the impact of climate change.
The President-elect's dedication to addressing climate issues reflects a broader commitment to securing a sustainable future for the Maldives. As the world grapples with the ramifications of environmental neglect, leaders like Dr. Muizzu stand at the forefront, advocating for change and championing the cause of nations most affected by climate change.