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United global action plan by prime minister

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina

Doctors Gang desk:  

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for a united global action plan to effectively address the crisis caused by climate change and the Covid-19 epidemic. Sheikh Hasina, president of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF), made the call in an article in The Guardian, a leading UK daily. The article was published on Tuesday. In the article, the Prime Minister wrote, “Climate change and Covid-19 are currently a global threat. We need to do more to mitigate both of these risks. And that has to be done through a united international initiative. 'He added,' Last month, one-third of my country was submerged. About one and a half crore Bangladeshis were displaced. Millions of hectares of paddy land was washed away by the flood waters. As a result, millions of people will need food aid this year. Sheikh Hasina wrote, ‘Disaster never strikes alone. Last May, floods as well as cyclone Ampan caused extensive destruction. In addition, the corona virus complicates the situation. As many as 2.4 million people have already been evacuated from the cyclone-hit areas. However, the death and infection rate of Kovid-19 is still under control. The economic lockdown due to Covid has hit our textile industry and exports. Many expatriate Bangladeshis have been sent back to the country. The majority of them are currently unemployed. The Prime Minister further wrote in the article, “Bangladesh, like many countries affected by global climate change, is trying to secure the lives, healthcare systems and economy of millions of people. The G20 countries account for 70 percent of global emissions. The world will not be able to cope with the effects of climate change without the important steps of everyone. The 2015 Paris Agreement is still the best opportunity for us to control global warming. So far, 189 countries have ratified the agreement. It pledges concerted action to curb global warming and reducing emissions.

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