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Bangladesh, Myanmar, Honduras - Report - Bangladesh
CO-PENHAGEN (AlertNet) - Weather extremists have struck Bangladesh, Myanmar and Honduras harshest in the last two centuries and are likely to have a greater influence in the coming years as climatic changes intensify windstorms, flooding and heat waves, according to a report on Tuesday. From 1990 to 2008, the three nations suffered the highest combined number of fatalities and financial loss, according to a new Germanwatch index on the risks of global warming, a non-governmental organization that promotes sustained growth.
As Bangladesh has said, it earns at least 15 per cent of every single international funding set up to help endangered countries adjust to the challenges of adaptation to climatic changes, as severe hurricanes, rising ocean floor and the losses of freshwater caused by dwindling icebergs will hit billions of populations in this low-lying state. UN official in Copenhagen, where the negotiations are trying to negotiate a new international agreement on tackling the issue, say that a "fast start" carbon funds should amount to at least $10 billion per year from 2010.
However, lobby groups say that between 50 and 160 billion dollars are needed each year to finance the adjustment by 2030, with some forecasts approaching 350 billion dollars. The decision on how to allocate the resources is one of the next battles faced by the world' s negotiating leaders. Sale-emul Huq, an adjustment specialist from the London Institute for Environment and Development, said that any deal must be a policy negotiation among less developed nations, rather than on the basis of academic evidence on the issue of fragility.
" Germanwatch report recognizes the issues in identifying this type of vulnerable. The study only considers the immediate impact of severe weather conditions, but finds that heat waves often result in much greater adverse impacts from drought and a decline in arafrica.
Moreover, while the report covers the number of fatalities from severe weather conditions, it largely rules out injuries or other injuries caused by them, as such allegations can be excessive and hard to match in different states. According to the index, none of the ten most endangered nations - including the top three Vietnam, Nicaragua, Haiti, India, the Dominican Republic, the Philippines and China - is located in Africa.
In Copenhagen, the report urges the leaders to strengthen funding and technology for the most vulnerable nations and to allocate resources to the most urgent adjustment actions over the next two years, in particular to prepare for major ordeals. The EU also called for the establishment of an intergovernmental system of social security for those nations that are susceptible to weather-related catastrophic events, mainly funded by the wealthy nations that are held responsible for this.