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Dhaka, 22 November 2021.  Civil society organizations (CSOs) has treated the recent CoP-26 (global climate conference) outcome as frustrated for our country as MVC as there have no significant decision to finance for the MVCs especially for adaptation activities and to face loss and damage due to climate...
On November 05, 2021, the ongoing Cop 26, Global Climate Conference in Glasgow-UK, Civil Society leaders from MVCs (Most Vulnerable Countries) have met a press conference in the conference venue and demand to end Carbon emission instead of so called “Net Zero target by 2050”. They also demanded to...
Dhaka, 21 October 2021.  Civil society organizations (CSOs) urged an inclusive process from the government to strengthen country interest in the upcoming UN climate conference (Conference of the Parties, CoP 26). From a virtual conference organized today, they also opined that, as one of the Most Vulnerable Countries (MVC),...
Dhaka 17 April 2021: Today a virtual seminar titled “Leaders’ Summit on Climate Change and Civil Society Expectations” is organized by COAST Foundation, CSRL (Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood), CLEAN-BD , BIPNet-CCBD and CPRD , where climate change expert, policy maker and civil society members urged our Prime...
Dhaka 17 October 2020: Today a virtual seminar titled “Demand Emergency Budget allocation in upcoming dry season to embankment repair & maintenance” is organized by COAST Trust and CSRL (Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood) where policy maker and local government representatives urged government to allocate emergency budget for embankment...
Dhaka 13 June 2020: A virtual seminar titled “National budget 2020-2021, embankment and protection of coastal population” is organized by COAST Trust and CSRL (Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood) today. Dr Qazi Kholliquzzaman, Chairman of PKSF (Polli Karma Sohayak Foundation) chaired the seminar and Mr Saber Hossain Chowdhury MP...
Dhaka, 04 January 2020, in a press conference today, Civil Society climate advocacy networks have criticized the CoP 25 outcome as frustrated, as the negotiation loosed the trust of MVCs (Most Vulnerable Country) & LDCs (Least Developed Countries) also in fact work and served the polluters interest. They made...
Today December 12 2019, Civil Society representatives from MVCs (Most Vulnerable Countries) and LDCs (Least Developed Countries) have meet a press conference in CoP-25 climate summit and criticize the negotiation process very frustrated as their developed countries inclined or showing an inclination to continue putting dispute or disagreement on...
COP25, Madrid, 05 December 2019: Civil Society leaders of MVC (Most Vulnerable Countries) in a press conference arranged today inside the COP25 venue demanded Enhanced Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Target as urgent action by developed countries to reduce the Green House Gases (GHGs) to keep global warming rise below...
Dhaka, 26 November 2019, in a press conference today, Civil Society Organizations (CSO) on climate advocacy networks have demanded for a separate Mechanism for Displacement & Migration under UNFCCC (United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change) process, observing frustrated performance of WIM (Warsaw International Mechanism) on Loss & Damage...

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CoP 26 outcome frustrated for Bangladesh as MVCs

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Dhaka, 22 November 2021.  Civil society organizations (CSOs) has treated the recent CoP-26 (global climate conference) outcome as frustrated for our country as MVC...