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Local community participation in climate change mitigation paramount: Minister

Source(s):  United News of Bangladesh (UNB)

Environment, Forests and Climate Change Minister Md Shahab Uddin has pointed out that climate change is one of the biggest challenges to Bangladesh becoming the 25th largest economically prosperous country in the world by 2050.

"It is said that Bangladesh's. economy is more at risk to climate change than any country," he said at the knowledge sharing workshop of the ICBAAR project at a hotel in Dhaka on Sunday.

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UNDP initiated integrating community-based Adaption into Afforestation and Reforestation Program (ICBAAR) in 2017 to increase species diversity in the coastal forest, which resulted in enhanced socio-economic benefits to local communities from the forests.

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"ICBAAR activities have piqued the interest of the coastal communities, and may are adapting to innovative livelihood options introduced by the project. I hope these activities are rolled out to other coastal areas of Bangladesh for overall strengthening of the vulnerable population," the minister said.

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  • Publication date 28 Mar 2021

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