In Doha, capital of Qatar, the first global summit meeting on climate change began explaining the impact of rising global temperatures in poorer countries, such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Gambia, Micronesia Kenya, according to a study conducted by the UN University.
During the world summit on climate change that it’s celebrated in Doha, the UN warned today about the imminent danger due to the increase of temperatures in less developed countries, where the consequences of the greenhouse are already in effect.
Koko Warner, the scientific director of the UN, warned about the humanitarian aspect that the climate change represents, since they’re already are evidences in the country that have been studied.
Warner named the problems that the increase of temperatures have caused in Bangladesh, where it augmented the salinity of its waters. This has caused that the traditional rice plants don’t grow with their usual speed.