US Secretary of State John Kerry Deliver his Dynamic speech On Bangladesh- US relation at Edward M. Kennedy center at Dhaka During his visit in Bangladesh. He mentioned that climate change as an important issues for future Bangladesh. Here his full speech on climate change
`Now, we know that we are living in a very different and a very complicated time. The areas of the world most vulnerable to climate change are heavily populated, low-lying coastal regions that are also subject to devastating storms such as cyclones and hurricanes. This places Bangladesh near the very top of the countries at risk, with an estimated 15 million people who could be displaced by 2050. And that is why the United States, President Obama, myself, others are working so hard with local partners in order to try to create climate resiliency, to support renewable energy projects, build emergency centers, help with many millions of Bangladeshis who are economically dependent on coastal resources.
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