United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report warning that we are on track to reach 1.5℃ of warming between 2030 and 2052, which would bring more frequent and extreme storms, dangerous heat waves, droughts, floods, food shortage, disease, and more. With rapid and transformative change, we can avoid these risks to protect human livelihood and health, as well as economies and ecosystems across the world.
Some of the long-term effects of climate change will continue through this century and beyond. Temperatures will continue to rise, frost-free season (also called growing season) will lengthen, Changes in precipitation patterns, more droughts and heat waves, hurricane associated storm intensity and rainfall rates are projected to increase as the climate continues to warm. In the next several decades, storm surges and high tides could combine with sea level rise and land subsidence to further increase flooding in many regions.
- RDF In times of great need, like in the wake of natural disasters will work with local communities to provide both in-kind support and assistance to help rebuild.
- We will also partner with international organisations to assist communities, through both mediation and humanitarian assistance.
- Support government initiative on clean environment