This year is an imperative one of the global climate change arrangements; toward the end of 2015, France will be facilitating the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21), overall known as the Paris 2015 Conference. This will be one of the greatest international climate conferences ever held and a lot is on the line: we have to contain a global warming that is undermining our world. The Paris Conference needs to result in the reception of an international agreement, setting the structure for a move towards a versatile, low-carbon world.
An estimated 20,000 representatives and eyewitnesses will be facilitated by France under the sponsorship of the United Nations in November or December this year, including a delegate from Pakistan headed by our Minister for Climate Change. Preferably, it ought to be conscious of the principle of common yet separated obligations (all nations are not similarly in charge of environmental change) and sufficiently driven to meet the 2°C objective (constraining a worldwide temperature alteration to beneath 2°C before this current century’s over), with normal, lawful standards. As of now, the disturbing outcomes of environmental change can be seen: serious climate occasions are progressively continuous, environments and biodiversity are under danger and the quantity of individuals dislodged by environmental change keeps on rising.
As the host of this critical conference that may well choose the fate of the world as we know it, everyone’s eyes will be on the kind of authority France will give. Fortunately, a widely acclaimed climate specialist, Laurence Tubiana, has as of now been delegated as France’s special representative and she will be in charge of the 2015 conference.
France is currently preparing its embassies and missions abroad to support interest from each nation of the world. The consulate of France in Islamabad is setting up a progression of events around climate change and the Paris Conference all through 2015 with the assistance of the United Nations Information Centre and the Centre for Climate Research and Development (CCRD) at the COMSATS Institute for Information Technology in Islamabad. The CCRD had been as of late formed to do research on the effects of climate change in Pakistan.
On 6th of June, the UN is facilitating a planetary debate on climate change over 100 nations, including Pakistan, in which 100 civil society individuals will accumulate and will be getting some information about climate change (the same inquiries will be asked everywhere throughout the world). The occasion will be exceedingly exposed to bring issues to light about climate change and the forthcoming Paris Conference.
To guarantee that the voices of Pakistani youth will be heard at COP21, articles and drawings are being gathered from different schools around the nation which will be incorporated into a publication that will be circulated at the Paris Conference.