The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has embarked on a campaign to further amplify President George M. Weah’s statement at COP 26. COP stands for conference of the parties and is an annual meeting of the 197 parties who have signed by up to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, an agreement aimed at preventing dangerous human interference with the climate system. President Weah told the gathering in Glasgow, Scotland that there is an inherent imbalance in the current architecture of climate financing. He said countries like Liberia, who maintain and protect the largest remaining tracts of forest reserves, receive the lowest benefits for these ecosystem services.As part of the campaign to further explain the president’s message, technicians and environmental scientists including Deputy Director, Randall M. Dobayou and Daoda Socrate Carlon, Assistant Manager for ESIA made several radio and public appearances to discuss the president’s statement in details. Hon. Dobayou was a guest at Ministry of Information regular press briefing on Wednesday, following his appearances at OK FM and LBS on Tuesday November 2, 2021. He also teamed up with Socrate Carlon at the Center for Intellectual Exchange on Carey to dismissed misinterpretations of the President’s COP26’s message. Yesterday’s gathering attracted hundreds of young people who asked questions.