As Bangladesh is the most climate vulnerable country, most people from the disaster prone area is migrating from their place to capital city or any other big cities. They are deprived from all human rights. How can climate justice work for them and what is the way to distribute the climate fund to them in a transparent process is the main discussion topic of the conversation. The displaced people are mostly illiterate and they need to change their profession for surviving. Their social and economic status rapidly decrease which may impact on their physical and mental condition. These all are impact of climate change, which may solve by planning a community based adaptation processes. These processes need transparency and accountability from national to global stage for establishing climate justice for the victims. This is a discussion with Adv. M. Hafijul Islam Khan, An Environmental Lawyer in Bangladesh.
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