“The phenomena of climate change does not recognize geographical boundaries” says Nepali Congress leader and former DPM/FM & Parliamentarian Hon. Ms. Sujata Koirala addressed the 4th Mount Heming International Health Forum on “Climate Change, Human Health and Development” in Mt. Heming, Chendu, China.
On her opening remarks leader Ms. Sujata Koirala said “The phenomena of climate change does not recognize the geographical boundaries of nations. Every nation, developed, developing or least-developed, has been suffering from its effects, though in different proportions”. She further added “The developing and the least-developed countries require finance, technology and knowledge from the developed ones to launch effective activities for the protection and preservation of the global environment. Therefore, the Least-Developed Countries Fund created to assist the Least-Developed Countries (LDCs) should be activated for launching concrete projects to address climate change-related problems”.
Hon. Ms. Sujata Koirala expressed her great admiration for Prof Dr Jiang Mingjun, Executive Chairman, IESCO the organizer of the event and her deep appreciation for his dedication, hard work and continuous effort to make this world environmentally as well as ecologically better place to live for all humankind.
The forum was attended by former Speaker of Philippine’s parliament & Chairman of ICAPP, ex-Ministers, Political leaders from various countries, scholars, UN Officials, environmentalist and entrepreneurs.