The Bangladesh parliament has declared a planetary emergency in a resolution adopted a few days ago. This is indeed a major initiative and the parliamentarians should be applauded for it. Although other countries’ parliaments—such as the United Kingdom—had declared climate emergency, Bangladesh is the first country to declare a planetary emergency. The difference is that the notion of a planetary …
We have known about the denial of climate change by president Trump of the United States and that he has decided to withdraw his country from the Paris Agreement and is also actively undermining efforts in the US to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. However, joining Greta Thunberg on the climate strike and march in New York on Friday, along …
This month, from September 20 to 27, the world will observe a Global Climate Week with events taking place all over the world. The key events will take place in New York, USA around the Global Climate Action Summit called by the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. A major focus of this year’s climate week is to change the narrative …
Developed countries must agree to pay their share of a deal agreed 12 years ago – or risk a failed Cop26
“the most dishonest outcome that a COP presidency is responsible for. I hold the UK responsible for that dismal out… https://t.co/HGcSadunO72021/11/27
'Research Symposium: Working Globally towards Climate Change Adaptation' co-hosted by CGC, ICCCAD and LUCCC will t… https://t.co/5NqlCc1hnL2021/11/25
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