Countries attending this year's Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) are yet to decide on some important issues, including financing for vulnerable countries under the “Loss and Damage” programme.
<B>Bangladesh wants the COP27 in Egypt to come up with a concrete deliverable on financing for loss and damage, which refers to the destructive impacts of climate change that cannot be avoided either by mitigation or adaptation.
The vital United Nations climate talks, billed as one of the last chances to stave off climate breakdown, are taking place from November 6 to 18 in Egypt's Sharm El Sheikh amid a multitude of competing crises, including the war in Ukraine, high inflation, food shortages and an energy crunch.
Climate-change protesters snarled traffic by blocking four London bridges on Friday, while other activists continued weeks of demonstrations targeting oil terminals across Britain.
The government is formulating an effective national adaptation plan to address the risks of climate change based on the views of concerned ministries, departments, and the public.
British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert Chatterton Dickson recently inaugurated climate-resilient community infrastructures in Cox's Bazar and Chattogram.