Climate Conference 2022 | 23.7 million climate change displacements recorded by the UN Migration Agency in 2021

طقس العرب GO 2022-11-06 2022-11-06T22:00:59Z
سنان خلف
سنان خلف
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Climate Conference 2022 | 23.7 million climate change displacements recorded by the UN Migration Agency in 2021

Weather of Arabia - The events of the 2022 Climate Conference will be held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, with the aim of discussing climate change issues to accelerate work towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the United Nations Climate Change Agreement.

 

According to the United Nations Migration Agency, the effects of climate change have become clear on people's lives, especially in developing countries. Climate change and the accompanying devastating natural disasters have displaced 23.7 million people from their areas of residence, due to drought or floods in 2021.

 

Herein lies the importance of the Climate Conference 2022, according to the World Bank, which stressed the need to take early and concerted environmental development decisions and measures to reduce the repercussions of climate change on people's lives.

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