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South Korea to host sixth edition of United Nations forum on climate change

South Korean Environment Minister Kim Eun-Kyung said,” By hosting the forum, we’ll introduce our policies and experiences on climate change, and support developing countries to set measures on climate change.”


Devdiscourse News Desk 10 Apr 2018, 12:35 PM Korea Rep.
South Korea to host sixth edition of United Nations forum on climate change
  • South Korean Environment Minister Kim Eun-Kyung said,” By hosting the forum, we’ll introduce our policies and experiences on climate change, and support developing countries to set measures on climate change.” (Image Credit: Twitter)

The Republic of South Korea will host a United Nations forum on climate change due in next, as said by the Ministry of Environment.

As reported by the news agency, the Ministry of Environment in an agreement with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has decided to host the sixth edition of the Adaptation Forum.

The annual forum first started in 2013 and is an international meeting where representatives and participants from each country talk about measures and policies to protect the environment and climate change.

According to the Ministry of Environment, close to 80 countries are expected to the participate in the forum in 2019; the host city for the same is yet to be decided. Through this forum, the ministry expects South Korea’s status will for sure elevate in the climate change area.

South Korean Environment Minister Kim Eun-Kyung said,” By hosting the forum, we’ll introduce our policies and experiences on climate change, and support developing countries to set measures on climate change.”

Recently, Choe Jae-Chun, a South Korean professor was named the honorary ambassador by the UNFCCC office on the climate change adaptation field and is now serving as co-chairman of the National Assembly Forum on Climate Change.