Problems of adaptation to climate change in Central Asia are more acute than in other states- diplomat
Almaty. February 3. KazTAG - The problems of adaptation to climate change in Central Asia are more acute than in other states of the world, said Magtymguly Akmyradov, ambassador of Turkmenistan to Kazakhstan.
"The problems of adaptation to climate change exist throughout the world, and our region of Central Asia is not an exception, vise versa, this question is more serious in our region. Looking at the total gross output of agricultural complex of five our states (Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan-KazTAG) the retention of its level in the condition of climate change is one of the main problems of the Central Asian states," he said.
Meanwhile, Iskandar Abdullayev, executive director of the regional ecological center of Central Asia confirmed the concern of Turkmenistan representative.
The fluctuation of air temperature, the volume of precipitations, ice melting are just some of the critical climate changes observed today. The intergovernmental expert group on climate change declared that the average temperature in our region will be growing faster than it was forecasted on the global level. It will affect socio-economic development of our region and may harm fragile ecological systems," he said.