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10-year road map for climate change adaptation shaping up

The climate summit to be held in the capital on November 19 expects to adopt and endorse a 10 year road map for adaptation to climate change in the eastern Himalayas sub-region for ensuring food, water and energy security, and mechanisms to ensure financing and implementation of the road map.

It also expects to make a proposal to secure all of the eastern Himalaya’s temperate and alpine forests and grasslands for ensuring biodiversity persistence and maintaining ecosystem services.

The summit declaration will have a clause on creation and operationalization of a regional adaptation experts’ group which will advise the governments on emerging concerns and risks.

The four countries of Nepal, Bhutan, India and Bangladesh will work together to protect the Himalayas on which more than 1.3 million people depend for their livelihood.

The efforts to reach a consensus at a global level to mitigate the impacts of climate change and to agree on a clear commitment to support poor and particularly vulnerable countries in their struggle to adapt to climate change are still continuing, according to the convener of the Climate Summit Secretariat, Nawang Norbu.

However, in the Himalayas, where the impact of global climate change are manifesting at a rapid pace, he said the time for action is running out.

Bhutan and its partners, therefore, proposed to bring together leaders of the four countries, civil societies and academia to commonly develop and agree on a road map for adapting to climate change in the southern slope of the Eastern Himalayas, which is to be ratified at the summit later this year.

The urgent need for the Himalayan nations is to build resilience to the impact of climate change and generate resources for adaption, capacity building, and technology transfer.

Instead of focusing on the UN Secretariat, UNFCCC, for financing, they will garner pledges from partner countries to implement the declaration, said the executive secretary of the Secretariat, Thinley Jamtsho.

However, areas which will require major chunk of money on the ground level are yet to be identified. The financing mechanism will be discussed at the upcoming meeting next month.

They will be exploring the regional bilateral and multilateral partners. “We definitely require a huge funding,” the executive secretary said.

The regional experts’ consultative meeting held over the last month brought the insights of the participants on the key issues related to climate change adaptation with regard to water, food,