Do all you can to resolve climate change 'sticking points'

Do all you can to resolve climate change 'sticking points'

Vehicles wade through floodwater on Nguyen Van Cu street of Ninh Kieu district, the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho.

Addressing the dialogue, Deputy Minister of MONRE Le Cong Thanh said that as one of the countries heavily impacted by climate change, Vietnam has actively implemented global commitments and made efforts to cope with climate change.

Nwafor went on to say that by simply following the commitments made in the Paris Agreement and doing nothing more will condemn the world to 3° of warming.

"Scientists have been warning us for years that we can expect to see more extreme weather with climate change". The Vietnamese Government should encourage the involvement of enterprises in managing climate change-related risks, he suggested.

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Vietnam's contributions to global goals and climate change response in the fields of agriculture, rural development, natural resources, and the environment, among others, were also introduced at the event. "While time is short, there is still a chance of keeping to 1.5 degrees of warming".

Speaking on the recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the Minister said, "Our stand is not waiting for any report, all the scientific publications and United Nations reports keep coming but we work because of our commitment to the cause, we do respect the report but not waiting for them to take action". The IPCC also found that reducing global warming by even half a degree Celsius would dramatically reduce deaths from heat, drought and disease; the loss of species from diminishing habitat; and submerged land caused by melting ice caps and rising oceans, with the loss of homes and livelihoods that would accompany such flooding. For instance, by 2100, global sea level rise would be 10 cm lower with global warming of 1.5°C compared with 2ºC. If there was a global increase in temperature of just 2 degrees Celsius, it would spell widespread disaster and the world may only have 12 years left.

Global temperatures are now predicted to reach 1.5 degrees Celsius between 2030-2052, he warned.

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