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France Offers The Philippines 50 Million Euros For Climate Action - Yahoo News

http://www.dailystrength.org/people/3007002/journal/12469709 Recommended: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz! Hollandes remarks came just before the two leaders launched a joint statement appealing for global action on climate change in the months leading up to a historic United Nations climate summit in Paris later see here this year. As we meet in the Philippines, where people have endured an unprecedented series of extreme weather events in the last few years, we are reminded that while the developing countries have contributed least to climate change, they are the ones that suffer the most from climate change impacts, according to the Manila Call to Action on Climate Change . [W]e call upon the international community to conclude a universal, equitable and ambitious climate deal to preserve our planet as a livable place for future generations, the statement continued. We call for climate solidarity and justice. The concept of climate justice is based on the idea that the impacts of climate change are disproportionately felt by poor people in developing nations places that have emitted comparatively less greenhouse gases. As a result, the countries that have contributed the most to climate change bear a greater burden of responsibility to take action, according to the UN Non-Governmental Liaison Service , which connects the agency to civil society organizations. The Philippines, which was the site of typhoon Haiyan in 2013, is one such frontline state in the battle against climate change, Channel News Asia reported .
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