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Agricultural production and food security need to make sustainable to counter the adverse effects of climate change

Agricultural production and food security need to make sustainable to counter the adverse effects of climate change

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Dr. Md. Abdur Razzak., Minister of agriculture division Bangladesh and Bangladesh Awami League

 presidium members called on the developed countries to come forward to establish justice on climate issues. He called for sustainable agricultural production and food security by tackling the adverse effects of climate change.



He called the meeting at the World Expo in Dubai on February 22, 2022, to tackle climate change’s adverse effects and make agricultural production and food security sustainable.

Dr. Abdur Razzak said, “I urge you to come forward and implement the pledge to build better production, better nutrition, better environment, better life.

Developed countries need to invest more in technology innovation to develop climate-smart agriculture and food systems and co-operate with developing countries. “

“Bangladesh has a small role in global climate change, but Bangladesh is one of the countries most affected by climate change. Our Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is leading the Climate Vulnerable Forum,” the agriculture ministry added.

He referred to the climate issue as a global emergency. In Bangladesh, the current government, led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, has been working tirelessly to tackle the effects of climate change. The country that once had food shortages is now self-sufficient in food.



Now Bangladesh wants to make agricultural production and food security sustainable through the innovation of climate-smart technology.

Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan and Bangladesh Delta Plan (BDP), 2100 are part of the effort. The minister said Bangladesh would work with other countries, including the UAE and the United States, to tackle climate change.

AIM for Climate is a joint venture between the United Arab Emirates and the United States. Last year, it officially launched at the 26th United Nations Climate Conference (COP 26)in Glasgow, Scotland.



The objective of this 5-year initiative in the period 2021-25 is to increase investment, research, and expansion of cooperation in the innovation of climate-smart agricultural technology and food systems to address the adverse effects of climate change.

Initially, an additional US$ 4 billion was invested in this sector. There are 36 countries, including Bangladesh and 75 non-governmental organizations, AIM’s partners.

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