United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change


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Jakarta Model United Nations 2016 – Brazil Position Paper

  • Committee : United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
  • Topic : The Impact of Climate Change on Vulnerable Nations
  • Country : Brazil
  • Name : Loran Palseo Tambunan

“At first, I thought I was fighting to save rubber trees, then I thought I was fighting to save the Amazon rainforest. Now I realize I am fighting for humanity.” –Chico Mendes, Brazilian Environmentalist

Due to climate change human is trying to save the planet for the future. As our fond environmentalist said—Chico Mendes—we human are now fighting for humanity instead of saving the trees. The emission gases that we produced have damaged our planet atmosphere and have become one of the greatest threat for our future generation as it increases the sea level, creating unpredictable weather, and even infectious diseases. The climate change has affected Brazil’s economy, society, agriculture, health, and environment. The high temperature has caused fire woods and crop failure which contribute the emission gas on the atmosphere. As the forest damaged, flood occurs and lead to water sanitation pr...

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