Energy and Climate Change

By | Climate Talks

Energy production and use is the largest source of global greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions. As energy demand is increasing drastically in Myanmar, it is critical to think how the country will intend to produce its energy, in the most sustainable way as possible.

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Air pollution and Climate Change

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From smog hanging over cities to smoke inside homes, air pollution poses a major threat to health and climate. According to World Health Organization 9 out of 10 people breath air containing high levels of pollutants. Around 7 million people die every year from exposure to fine particles in air…

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Water & Climate Change

By | Climate Talks

Climate change manifests itself primarily through changes in the water cycle. Living with climate change will mean coping with the impacts on water, whether too much or too little, and taking the necessary steps to reduce the vulnerabilities of communities and economies. Low-income communities, who are already the most vulnerable…

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Gender and Climate Change

By | Climate Talks
Increased occurrence of flooding or severe droughts is placing pressure on existing water access and quality impacting health and productivity. The most vulnerably affected are women. Women are the burden...
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