Young climate activists of Bangladesh have sent an open letter to the Prime Minister in a postcard requesting her not to take up any new project of oil, gas, and coal-based fossil fuels for the production of new fossil fuels and related infrastructure development projects to prevent the catastrophic effects of global warming, environment and climate protection in Bangladesh.
At the same time, they demanded to increase investment in the renewable energy sector to accelerate the renewable energy sector such as solar and wind power in climate protection.
On Saturday (June 5) morning, they sent an open letter to the Prime Minister in a postcard at the Barisal Deputy Commissioner’s residence. Among the demands in a letter to the Prime Minister, a joint venture between Youthnet for Climate Justice and the Bangladesh External Debt Working Group (BWGED), are projects in the power and energy sectors focusing on global climate issues., Not to occupy land unethically, to ensure fair compensation, not to harass ordinary people. At the same time, the leaders demanded to take the initiative to ensure 100% renewable energy in Bangladesh.
Sohanur Rahman, Coordinator, Youthnet for Climate Justice, Kathak Biswas, Coordinator, Barisal District, Mayuri Akhter Tumpa, Nivedita Haldar Pinki, Arnab Ghosh, Tushar, Tahsin Mitul, and others were present at the occasion.
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