Climate Justice

Biden snubs Pakistan

Pakistan, ranked as one of the ten most vulnerable to climate change impacts, was not invited to Biden’s climate summit. Here’s why that should never happen again.  Shortly after taking office, the Biden administration announced a global Climate Change Summit to take place in April 2021. The goal was to amplify and augment the country’s climate leadership position. Some 40 heads of state were invited to take part based on their climate leadership, emissions challenges and vulnerability. Noticeably, Pakistan’s Prime minister Imran Khan was not invited.  “People were very discouraged…

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