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  • 13th Nov 2013

During the World Climate Summit (COP19) in Warsaw/Poland Jörn Becker (German Scouting Association DPSG) interviewed Shabnam Sarmin from CPRD in Bangladesh about the dramatic effects of climate change in her home country. Bangladesh is severely effected by river shore erosion, desertification and loose of land through sea water level rise. Bangladeshi scouts are supporting civil society by planting trees near river shores.

Comments (1)

Thanks for sharing Joern.