三月 22 at 8:00上午 GMT。
by Tibet Third Pole category: Environment
The impact of climate change on the Tibetan plateau is not just a regional but a global issue. The water security of hundreds of millions of people depends on the rivers originating from Tibet, and the impact on Tibet’s landscape and its natural resources due to climate warming will threaten not only the future food security of many nations but also their development.
In this age of climate change, Tibetans and their centuries-old knowledge of the Tibetan environment need to be involved in all aspects of restoration and stewardship of the ecosystems and ecosystem services of the Tibetan Plateau.
The 14th Dalai Lama has stressed the importance of raising awareness about the crisis in Tibet, and the important role played by both Chinese scientists and Tibetan people living on the land. Tibet is central to a global climate change solution.
Tibet Third Pole: #ClimateAction Solutions
An increase in country commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, in line with an international goal of limiting the global average temperature rise to 1.5°C. World leaders must sign an ambitious and binding agreement in Paris.
The inclusion of provisions under a new global climate change agreement that include respect for human rights and the right to development, take into account vulnerable groups and ecosystems, and incorporate traditional and indigenous knowledge.
Tibet Third Pole
Tibet: Under threat from extreme climate change impacts
Like the Arctic, Tibet is under serious threat from climate change. We need to act now to make sure the unique and fragile environment is protected - www.Tibet3rdPole.org