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Dhaka Integrity Dialogue-2: Climate Finance and Governance in South Asia

It is estimated that by 2050, 150 million people of the world may become environmentally displaced due to coastal flooding, river bank erosion, drought and agricultural inversion.1Though climate change is a global phenomenon, it has its regional dimension too. South Asia, as a region, is significantly susceptible to climate change induced risks and vulnerabilities. The Climate Risk Index 2017 ranks Bangladesh and two other South Asian countries2 are amongst 10 most vulnerable countries, affected by the impacts of weatherrelated loss (storms, floods, heat waves etc.)3. SDG13 is a pledge to strengthen resilience and human and institutional capacity on climate change mitigation, adaptation through effective integration of measures to combat climate change into national policies, planning and strategies 
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