Those who contributed least to climate change are now fighting for survival

“The world has often been reminded over the past year that we must leave no one behind as we strive to cement our plans for a sustainable future. The COP 21 Paris talks give the international community the chance to demonstrate that it is indeed leaving no one behind, that all voices are heard and understood. It is a sad reality that while the world’s most vulnerable countries have contributed the least to climate change, they are most at risk from its negative effects and the least equipped to withstand and adapt to it.” – Read USG Acharya’s full op-ed in The Guardian


Vulnerable countries on the front line of climate change

A special climate change Front page imageissue of our magazine,The Commitment, addresses different view points and climate challenges faced by the vulnerable country groups. 

Interviews include: Mr. Ronald Jean Jumeau, Ambassador for Climate Change and Small Island Developing State Issues of the Republic of Seychelles to the UN, Mr. Giza Gaspar-Martins, Chairman of the Least Developed Countries Group and Ambassador Charles Thembani Ntwaagae, Permanent Representative of Botswana.

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