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At the climate summit in Glasgow, climate vulnerable countries want to see progress in three areas: more ambitious emission reductions, the fulfilment of existing funding pledges and solidarity in view of increasing losses and damages. The Bangladeshi climate expert Saleemul Huq explained why in a D+C/E+C interview. Bangladesh is especially exposed to climate risks. What kind of results must …
Climate change and disaster risks are increasingly affecting the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) across the world. Bangladesh, a lower- middle-income country which graduated from the LDC status in 2015, is no exception. In this backdrop, the Department of Environment, Ministry of Environment and Forests is executing the Formulation and Advancement of the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process funded by the …
Saleemul Huq is a leading climate expert and is the co-author of a number of Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports. On the eve of an international climate conference in Dhaka, titled “6th Gobeshona: International Conference on Research into Action” The Business Standard has talked with him on a number of burning issues. The interview was done by Shibabrata …
The Bangladeshi scholar Saleemul Huq has been observing international climate negotiations from the start. In our interview, he assessed the EU’s role. In what sense is the EU important in climate talks? It is extremely important because it is a block of rich nations which are still willing to be ambitious. By contrast, the USA under President Donald Trump is …
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