DD INDIA: Nepal demands full operationalisation of loss & damage funds due to climate change

DDINDIA: The two-day ‘International Dialogue on Mountains, People and Climate Change’ is taking place in Kathmandu today (May 22) to draw the international community’s attention to the negative effects of climate change in the mountains.
Experts from 25 countries are participating in the international dialogue to be concluded tomorrow. More than 200 people, including representatives from mountainous and small island countries, the international community, development partners, international NGOs, the private sector and civil society are participating in the dialogue. This expert dialogue on climate change aims to strengthen action based on mountain ecosystems.