Friday, November 30, 2018

Impact of Climate Change

To solve the mentioned problems, the people of the highest population must form a unity movement, only then will the people of this country get rid of some of the weather losses.
  Currently the developed countries have more and more nuclear explosions, radioactive materials, carbon emissions and artificial pollutants in these cities are increasingly increasing the levels of environment pollution in our country. Which has been identified as the main cause of Bangladesh’s future environmental disaster? The quality of the rich forests of the tropical region is being badly damaged by meeting the needs of the developed world. The world’s most environmentally friendly environment is responsible for the most industrialized nations in the developed world.
In those countries, the greater industrialization has become a major threat to the environment. Since the beginning of Industrial Revolution, the developed countries of today are doing the harm of the indiscriminate environment that is suffering from the unhappiness of today's people and other livelihoods of the world. The impact of its devastating losses on the more affected LDCs like us.
World-wide industrialized countries responsible for global climate change, ozone-loss degradation, green house response, nuclear and logistical pollution. In the climate conference held in Doha on 7th December, 2011, the silent role of the developed countries in the context of the financial assistance of the countries affected by the affected countries is astonished by the more damaged countries including Bangladesh.
Although the affected countries in this conference had the great hope that their receipt will be achieved through this year's conference. But in particular Europe and some countries in Europe, more insatiability has tied up with black clouds in the hope of countries like us. Although the affected countries including Bangladesh have played a vital role in the conference, after the conference, the recipients of poverty have received almost zero quotas. Because of the high levels of carbon emissions, improving and imaging emerging countries could not move away from their previous state.
Besides, the promise to pay compensation for damaged countries due to carbon emissions was also not protected. Although the expiry of the Kyoto Protocol expires at the last minute after the bargaining session, it has been increased to 2020 in the second phase, in which the light of the sun shines behind the clouds. This time, the Doha conference will give a $ 40 billion commitment to face the impact of climate change for the next three years and the next step; to give 100 billion dollars to the future, how much will be added to the fate of the disadvantaged countries like us. As a result, our fair receipt book is zero. The way the developed nations are constantly harming the climate of our country, the amount of money supply and cooperation is not enough to counter climate risk, which is really a cause of concern.
 We hope that the developed countries will bring generous attitudes towards our rights. Although our neighbors India and China are expending huge amount of budget allocated for climate change to bring the level of carbon emissions to a tolerable level, and on the contrary, we are getting losers, much less than our needs. Such discrimination can not be desired by advanced countries. It is now more urgent for the developed countries to be quick to coordinate and demand for the country which is affected by such behavior and inequalities. It is also important to have diplomatic activities and interconnections between the countries affected by the claim. It is better to refrain from the World Bank or any other agency in terms of allocation and receipt of funds. Basically, industrialized nations of the developed world can save us from this deep crisis.
Our success will be from today’s conference, that is, if the developed countries make a short-term fast funding system for the affected countries based on ‘loss and damage’ basis. Now the affected countries will demand carbon emissions and try to get our fair demands and come forward to save the damaged countries. We wish for the good will of the developed countries to fund the risks of climate change.
 (Md Atikur Rahman is a columnist & Head PR Section at BUFT)