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Submitted by Zulfiqar Sheth on

The President of World Bank group rightly said that "We will never end poverty if we don't tackle climate change". Most of poor of the world are engaged with the primary activities like agriculture, mining, fishing and allied activities. Climate change and effects of the global warming affecting both the welfare of people and economic development of the nation. The over dependency on nature by poor people is another concern for third world countries which not only pollutes environment but also poses serious health relate issues. Due to changes in the climatic conditions developing world is particularly vulnerable and unless and until we can not tackle potential damage from environmental changes we can not transform "the vicious circle" of poverty in to "virtues circle".