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Dhaka, November 2: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon the developed countries to set national standards for reducing carbon emissions. She said developed countries must report their nationally determined contributions (NDCs), as well as reducing national carbon emissions and adapting to the effects of climate change. She was speaking at the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) conference on Monday. SHe made four proposals during her national statement at the 26th session of the conference.
Climate activities are not being implemented due to lack of financial and political will: Sheikh Hasina
Dhaka, November 2: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that global climate action is not being implemented due to lack of money and strong political will. She made the remarks at a meeting titled "Action and Solidarity - Critical Decade" in Glasgow, Scotland on Monday (November 1) local time. The meeting was hosted by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson and the Prime Minister of Italy Mario Draghi.
Dhaka, November 2: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for finding a realistic and inclusive solution to tackle climate change. She said climate change is now a global and cross-border issue and no country is immune from its terrible consequences.
Dhaka, November 2: The much-discussed and anticipated COP26 climate conference of the United Nations has begun. Heads of government from different countries have already started arriving in Glasgow, Scotland to take part in it. The conference is expected to lead to a united declaration by world leaders on the risks of climate change.
Dhaka, October 18: The COP-26 climate change summit is set to begin in Glasgow on the last day of this month. At the upcoming conference, Bangladesh will raise a number of issues to achieve its goals on climate issues. Bangladesh has sought the cooperation of the European Union (EU) to make them successful.
Dhaka, September 4: The COP26 climate change summit will be held in Glasgow, Scotland in November this year. At that time, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen proposed to hold a separate joint program for other countries, including Bangladesh, which are most affected by climate change. The foreign minister made the proposal during a meeting with COP26 President Designate Alok Sharma in London on Thursday.