Nature wants to be treated right and climate change impacts will become even harsher if positive changes are not incorporated in the current practices.
The threats resulting from climate warming and loss of nature are no longer theoretical, but a brutal reality.
These actors are addressing losses and damages from human-induced climate change now.
The World Bank recently published a thorough analysis of various adverse impacts of human-induced climate change that are going to hit the coastal districts of Bangladesh.
It is clear that polluters are the reason why the world is going through the era of loss and damage from human-induced climate change.
Given the nature of climate-induced problems faced by the countries in South Asia, policymakers should undertake both adaptation and mitigation measures.
Instead of effectively tackling the issues related to climate change, world leaders have politicised it over the last 30 years.
In the coming years, we have to deal with a new major global emergency called human-induced climate change, which will cause severe stress to our development investments.