West Bengal state action plan on climate change

West Bengal state action plan on climate change

The Government of West Bengal understands that Climate Change can prove to be a threat as well as opportunity for the state. Through a consensus, it has identified the key sectors and regions that are likely to be most vulnerable and require additional efforts over and above its existing programmes and policies. The sectors identified are Water resources, Agriculture, Biodiversity and Forests, Human Health, Habitats and Energy. Additionally, two regions have been identified as most vulnerable, namely, its northern Hill region which lies in the lower Himalayas and the Sundarbans which is at its Coastal southern end. The West Bengal Action Plan on Climate Change focuses on these sectors.

See also: State and National Climate Change Action Plans of India

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