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Looking at Green Finance Needs to Look at EIA and Environment: Chief Gemer


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European Union (EU) Cooperation Head in Nepal, Marco Zemer, said that green finance needs to look at environmental impact assessment (EIA) and the environment.

Looking at Green Finance Needs to Look at EIA and Environment: Chief Gemer

While giving a speech at the 'Green Finance' and Sustainable Development Conference in South Asia, Jemar said, "EIA is important for sustainable development." He also mentioned that if the government does the program mentioned in the Red Book correctly, it will be easier for the development partners to work.

Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks (COSAT) in a program organized by the regional project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia Pacific (RECAP) and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (CAS), the head of the cooperation in Nepal of the EU Jemmer said that the impact of climate change varies by country and location. Said it would be different. He clarified that mainly the local level is facing climate change and the local government has an important role to play in minimizing its effects.

Brijmohan Singh, senior policy advisor of the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ISMOD), mentioned that climate change has affected the Hindakshu Himalayan region. He said that the negative effects of climate change, including the impact on the environment, the increase in disasters and air pollution, etc. He said, "Mentioning that geopolitics has divided South Asia a lot, tourism, culture, climate and other areas can be moved together."

He said that if there is a problem with Pakistan's air, it will reach Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan through India. Director of CAS Recap, Frederic Kleim, mentioned that the members of the South Asian Regional Cooperation Organization (SAARC) countries can work together in the field of climate change, just like the European Union. . He said, "There will be many shortcomings in the EU." But they are working together. It is appropriate if SAARC also works together in this region. He also clarified that South Asia is more affected by climate change.

Cosat chief Nischalnath Pandey said that in the matter of climate change and green finance, South Asian countries should cooperate with each other. He mentioned that it is necessary to inform the general reader, public, policy level officials and all about climate change and green finance. In the

program, experts working and researching in the climate sector of Nepal, India, Pakistan, Maldives, Bhutan and Bangladesh expressed their opinions.

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