The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Global climate change conference titled ‘Climate, Health & Justice’ held

Officials of the Islamic Emirate (IEA) in a Global Climate Change Conference held the other day in Kabul expressed their concerns about the negative impacts of climate change on the country.
In the conference, Zainul Abiddin Abid, Deputy of Afghanistan National Environment Protection Authority (NEPA) said that Afghanistan climate has suffered from the past 40 year’s of conflicts and insecurities, adding that it was time to jointly work with the world to address the harms of the climate change.
Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Abdul Salam Hanafi by pointing to the climate change in the country said people have been hurt by floods and that rainfall has been reduced due to climate change in the west, north, and northwest Herat, Farah, Nimroz, Badghis, Jawzjan, Faryab and Balkh provinces of the country.
He asserted that in order to get rid of the problems of climate change and environmental protection, practical programs were on hand, including a scientific solution for climate change including environmental protection in the educational curriculum, stressing that coordination between the private and public sectors were necessary in this regard.
He added that all should work to make our homeland greener, asking the people to cooperate with the country’s national environment protection authority in this regard.
It is worth mentioning that the problems of climate change and environmental protection is a global problem and all countries of the world particularly industrialized countries, are facing the challenges.
Mohammad Daud

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.