Big polluting nations must do most on climate: Australia2014-12-08
SYDNEY: Nations with the biggest greenhouse gas emissions should be doing the most to fight climate change or the efforts of other countries will be cancelled out, Australia's foreign minister Julie Bishop said on Monday.
Here at Go Green SAARC, we present our readers with best selection of stories pertaining to environmental friendly initiatives across SAARC region. Through these stories we intend to disseminate inspiration on all levels which can bloom in form of eco-friendly policies, regulations, habits, and measures. South Asian nations are the biggest victims of malefic activities that are swiftly pushing our ecology towards destruction. The region also treasures some of the biggest reserves of natural resources that are being coerced towards extinction. The save environment movement in this section has inspired a complete generation of individuals and communities who are fastly breeding new ideas to go green. Along with, there are many who are looking for ways to improve their ecology but are compelled to sustain with pollution due to lack of information.
Understanding the need of the hour, we have taken up this responsibility and committed a team that brings forth a series of innovative eco-friendly projects that are being adopted at individual and group levels. As a nation and as a society we need to bring changes on all fronts be it forest or SAARC's wildlife. All aspects of environment are equally vulnerable to climate change and pollution but the basic measure starts right from lower levels where people need to adopt an eco-friendly lifestyle leaving behind consumerism. The portal brings you all recent happenings that are taking place across SAARC region and teaching people to sustain in a healthier and environmental friendly manner. Let's come together and try to leave a better world for coming generations who would respect their ancestors as selfless giving beings. We got to make heavy amendments in our activities with respect to environment because as humans 'we do not inherit this world from our ancestors but we borrow it from our coming generations'.