11 Nov '11, 10pm

Countries Most Vulnerable To Climate Change Meet In Dhaka, Bangladesh (November 13 & 14)

Countries Most Vulnerable To Climate Change Meet In Dhaka, Bangladesh (November 13 & 14)

While the developed nations may have shied away from a leadership role in the struggle to control global warming, an important call to action is being raised by some thirty developing countries that are considered most vulnerable to the effects of climate change . On November 13 and 14, ministers and representatives of members states of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) will be gathering in Dhaka, Bangladesh just ahead of the UN climate talks in Durban, demanding heightened awareness, accountability and support from the developed world in the face of the current and growing damages and suffering caused by climate change. And while the meeting is important enough that UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon will give the inaugural address, the work of the Forum has gone largely unnoticed in the developed world.

Full article: http://planetsave.com/2011/11/11/countries-most-vulnerabl...

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