Developed countries want to lend more instead of helping the poor


The main topic of discussion at the ongoing climate conference in Glasgow on Monday was adaptation, as well as the protection of people at risk from climate change, as well as their ability to adapt to adverse weather conditions.

This is the number one priority for poor and developing countries at risk of climate change.

In addition, they are demanding more money from the industrialized nations to compensate for the irreparable damage that their societies and economies have suffered as a result of climate change.

But how important are these demands in this climate conference?

At the Glasgow Climate Conference Building, Shakil Anwar spoke at the International Center for Climate Change and Development, a leading climate scientist and research organization. With Salimul Haque.

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