La Paz, October 10 (PL-RHC)-- Delegates from 54 countries are taking part in the 2nd World Summit on Climate Change underway from today until Monday, October 12th, in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
A report from Bolivia says the high-level meeting includes the participation of some 5,000 delegates, who will debate different topics in order to find immediate and future solutions to neutralize the effects of climate change and global warming. There are also 1,500 representatives of social movements from around the world and 1,700 from the main national sectors among participants.
The World Conference of Peoples on Climate Change will be held for the second time in the municipality of Tiquipaya, were the first event was held in 2010.
In this opportunity, the City of the Flowers, as it is called, will have the opportunity to host thousands of visitors who will establish decisions for a better care and preservation of life in Mother Earth.
Organizers also reported that the local delegation will present a plan to adapt to climate change, with the objective of approving it in the international event and later submit it to the UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris, France November 30 - December 11.
The referred plan will praise the importance of water as an essential resource in the adaptation to climate change, but also for life survival on the planet.
The host country will propose actions to reduce the emission of polluting gases with works of forestation and reforestation like the one started last Saturday through the campaign My Tree, besides promoting the use of renewable energy sources.
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