Climate Canaries

Hill, Barry E.; O'Sullivan, Caitlin
November 2015
Environmental Forum;Nov/Dec2015, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p24
The article discusses the role played by developed countries in helping the poor countries to achieve their environmental goals. It discusses the U.S president Barack Obama's policy for incorporating environmental justice and human rights principles into the effort to reduce greenhouse gas GHG emissions. It discusses the Bangladesh's vulnerability to the adverse impacts of climate change.


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