A climate-change resolution co-sponsored by this country has been adopted by the UN General Assembly.
Foreign and Caricom Affairs Minister Dr Amery Browne confirmed this in a post on his Facebook account on Wednesday.
At the UN General Assembly in New York, he said, he had delivered a national statement on behalf of Trinidad and Tobago, on a resolution seeking an advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice on states' obligations in respect of climate change.
Browne said, "Our nation is a co-sponsor of this important resolution initiated by Vanuatu, which seeks to increase the accountability of the largest emitters of carbon (dioxide) globally."
The General Assembly adopted the resolution.