You hold, in your anger and your compassion, the ability to bend the arc of our future towards justice.
The developing countries are united in their demand for the establishment of the Sharm El Sheikh Finance Facility for Loss and Damage (SSFFLD) at the end of the climate conference later this week.
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.
Climate change is a problem which was (largely) made in the West, but we are feeling its impacts in countries like ours more than ever.
The ongoing devastating floods in Pakistan, which follow a deadly heat wave from just a few weeks back, is not just another flood event.
Army helicopters flew sorties over cut-off areas in Pakistan’s mountainous north yesterday and rescue parties fanned out across waterlogged plains in the south as misery mounted for millions trapped by the worst floods in the country’s history.