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  • Loss and Damage, why it’s vital to get it right.
    At the COP21 Paris climate talks the issue of Loss and Damage was firmly cemented in the global agreement under Article 8[1]. This agreement sets the agenda for climate action and the inclusion of a separate article on loss and damage recognises that for many people climate change is already a reality. Climate change is impacting people’s lives and livelihoods and for some adaptation is already too late. Climate change exacerbates existing hazards Climate change hits the poorest hardest, those […]
  • Sustainable Development Goal 11 and South Asian urban poverty
    The South Asian region comprises India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, The Maldives and Afghanistan. It accounts for 14% of the world urban population and by 2050 most of the population of South Asian countries will be residing in urban areas. However the future for South Asia is greater urban population although most parts of individual countries are rural in nature. Urban population of South Asian Region Urbanisation has happened unevenly.  Some megacities have a high concentration of urban population […]


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