November 7, Nepal will draw the attention of international community during the global climate change conference, also called Conference of Parties (COP23), as Nepal is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change.
The Nepali delegation led by Minister for Population and Environment Mithila Chaudhary will take part in several events, sharing Nepal’s concerns on the effects of climate change that the country confronts.
The twenty-third session of the COP to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) is a global event which brings together policy makers, delegates, scientists, lobbyists and private sectors.
According to Bishwo Nath Oli, secretary at the Environment Ministry, Nepal has prepared a detailed status paper especially for the COP23. It will be sharing its climate change experiences at the event. She further said, “We have prepared the status report including our experience with climate change over the years and what we expect from the international community,” adding “The status paper was necessary also for making our participation in the conference effective.”
Source- The Kathmandu Post