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  • Developed countries blamed for indecisiveness

    Developed countries blamed for indecisiveness

    Rights groups blamed the developed countries for their Indecisiveness in the COP22 which ultimately push the vulnerable nations towards long-term damage.

  • Marrakesh Action Proclamation: A glimpse of hope still peeps

    Marrakesh Action Proclamation: A glimpse of hope still peeps

    The “Marrakech Action Proclamation for Our Climate and Sustainable Development”, issued by the Heads of State, Government, and Delegations, gathered in Marrakech for COP22, for the 1st Session of the Conference of the Parties understandably committed that “Our climate is warming at an alarming and unprecedented rate and we have an urgent duty to respond. We welcome the Paris Agreement, adopted under the Convention, its rapid entry into force, with its ambitious goals, its inclusive nature and its reflection of equity and common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities, in the light of different national circumstances, and we affirm our commitment to its full implementation.”

  • Vulnerable nations take the lead on climate action

    Vulnerable nations take the lead on climate action

    On the last day of the UN climate change conference, COP 22, the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) – a group of over 40 nations including Bangladesh – committed to strengthen action to keep global warming to 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels and transition to a 100% renewable energy trajectory.

  • Fund release key issue for vulnerable nations

    Fund release key issue for vulnerable nations

    A road map on getting $100 billion climate finance from 2020, with the provision of getting this money as additional beyond the Official Development Assistance

  • Donors shut down climate fund, Bangladesh to lose $50m

    Donors shut down climate fund, Bangladesh to lose $50m

    Set up with foreign funds six years ago, the fund has not been successful in its intent or purpose, according to a major donor

  • Bangladesh seeks $69bn in climate grants

    Bangladesh seeks $69bn in climate grants

    The grant was sought as climate finance negotiations entered a decisive turning point as the United States and its allies proposed that developing countries also contribute to the fund

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