People Turned into Factor Disturbing Planet Like Dinosaurs: Karine Danielyan

People Turned into Factor Disturbing Planet Like Dinosaurs: Karine Danielyan

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The earth planet expels the humanity, as 1600 scientists beat an alarm signal, most of them Nobel Prize winners. “What’s the factor today, which disturbs the operation of ecosphere… We all know it’s humans, like dinosaurs used to be… in 1992 1600 scientists worldwide, most of them Nobel Prize winners, stated at the Earth Planet conference only 10-20 years are left, if we continue like this. Now this time has passed and many scientists say such a sentence, “The earth planet expels the humanity.”,” said Karine Danielyan, Chairman of “For Sustainable Human Development” Association at the event dedicated to Meteorology Day.

As a reference, she made a reference to the UN Secretary General’s report, “I haven’t seen such a worrying report… Each passage says it’s the first time in the human history we have faced such hazardous phenomena and disasters,” Karine Danielyan said.

She also spoke about Sustainable development objectives for 10-15 years. “If 1 out of 8 millennium objectives was environmental, 9 out of 17 Sustainable development objectives are environmental, or relate to environment in one way or another,” Karine Danielyan said.

 

The “EcoLur” Informational NGO is organizing series of events aimed at public involvement  and awareness raising targeted to the future climate change policy directions and development of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) of the Republic of Armenia under UN Climate Change Framework Convention (UNFCCC).

The material is prepared by 'EcoLur' Informational NGO under UNDP Climate Change Program, within the framework of ARM-002/2015 Contract. The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the United Nations, including UNDP, or the UN Member States.

14:42 March 31, 2015


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