Laos’ Intended Nationally Determined Contribution for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions is being implemented with the help of a new project, according to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The project was funded by the Global Environment Facility in partnership with UNDP and the Department of Disaster Management and Climate Change.

Read more: Laos Contributes to Global Climate Change Agenda


VIENTIANE, July 1 (Xinhua) -- The effects of climate change can already be seen, getting worse and will hamper efforts to achieve development and freedom from poverty in developing countries like Laos unless it is addressed both globally and locally.

The country's Director General of the Department of Disaster Management and Climate Change Phouvong Luangxaysana told an international symposium that unexpected and extreme weather events, particularly droughts, storms and flooding, were increasing in regularity and severity.

Read more: Climate change hampering Laos' development, alleviation of poverty


An agricultural project is seeking to provide Laos with technological and knowledge capacity to develop urgently needed policies for adapting agriculture to climate change and sustain food security.

The national validation workshop on strengthening agro-climatic monitoring and information systems to improve adaptation to climate change and food security in Laos took place in Vientiane from April 28-29.

Read more: FAO advises on adaptation of agriculture to climate change


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