• Following a two-day summit in Bhutan, the Himalayan nations of India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan have decided to collaborate on ways to adapt to climate change.

  • The four Himalayan nations, that are facing the threat of weather changes, were part of the Climate Summit for a Living Himalayas that was held in Bhutan’s capital Thimphu. The agreement involves issues on energy, water, food and biodiversity.

  • Lyonchhoen Jigmi Y. Thinleysaid, Bhutan’s Prime Minister .

  • The absence of Pakistan, China and Afghanistan was underplayed by the summit organizers who insisted that the summit was more about securing ecosystems, endangered species, and food and water sources for the Himalayas’ eastern part than the whole geographical area.

  • In the summit action was called for amid the international community’s inability to agree on limiting greenhouse gas emissions that is blamed for global climate change