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Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley Recognized on TIME100 Climate Leaders List

Prime Minister Mia Mottley of Barbados has been named among the TIME100 Most Influential Climate Leaders in Business 2023, joining a prestigious roster of individuals propelling significant climate action globally. TIME magazine has highlighted Prime Minister Mottley as a vocal advocate for the fight against climate change, notably championing the interests of vulnerable nations suffering from climate-related loss and damage. Her efforts include the Bridgetown Initiative, aimed at creating a global fund for swift climate adaptation support, and Barbados’ comprehensive plan to become fossil fuel-free by 2030.

The TIME100 Climate Leaders list encompasses a diverse group from business magnates such as Bill Gates to innovators in sustainable technology and energy. It also includes 45 women leaders like musician Billie Eilish and philanthropist Melinda French Gates, reflecting the list’s inclusivity and the multifaceted nature of climate advocacy.

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Time100 Cover Featuring PM Mia Mottley

The list of internationally based individuals includes CEOs and environmental activists who are championing sustainability in their respective fields. Furthermore, policymakers and government officials, such as U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry, are recognized for their regulatory and policy-driven contributions to climate action. Creatives are also acknowledged for leveraging their platforms to promote environmental awareness, with figures such as Coldplay and filmmaker James Cameron featured.

Prime Minister Mottley’s inclusion signifies the impact of her leadership and the global recognition of her unwavering commitment to advancing climate resilience and sustainability, both in Barbados and internationally. As she joins other distinguished honorees, the list showcases the collective and urgent effort required to address the world’s climate challenges.

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