‘Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan’ which has been presented at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) will be implemented in 2030 and it needs local and foreign funds.
Saima Wazed Hossain Putul, Chairperson of the National Advisory Committee on Autism and Neuro Developmental Disorders and World Health Organization’s (WHO) Goodwill Ambassador for Southeast Asia, took part in a discussion on the sidelines of Glasgow Climate Conference on Wednesday (November 3).
She briefed the representatives of different countries on the Mujib Climate Action Plan.
Saima Wazed said the ‘Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan’ under the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) will pave the way for tackling climate change and Bangladesh is working to that end.
"If we can implement the plan properly, we will be able to solve the problems related to climate," Saima Wazed Putul told reporters.
“We gave much effort while formulating this plan. If other countries follow this, we believe, they will be able to protect themselves from climate change issues. Bangladesh has already been able to successfully demonstrate the action that needs to be taken in tackling climate change.”
She added that the ‘Mujib Prospective Climate Plan’ has already been appreciated by world leaders. “Once it is implemented, Bangladesh will go a long way in implementing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).”
Replying to a question regarding goals of ‘Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan’, Saima said this plan has been formed focusing the next decade. “Through this we will be able to tackle the effects of climate change. With this plan, we will be able to deal with climate change and the impacts of Covid-19 pandemic.”