Reported by|Christian Megan

Michelle Bachelet,the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights,has warned that The human rights of millions of people are challenging the climate change as it threats the principles of life on the planet.
Bachelet - in a statement ahead of an international climate change meeting next month,said that the decisions to be taken at the meeting scheduled in Poland, will govern the climate work according to the Paris agreement, indefinitely in the future.Adding that climate change is already affecting people's lives, enjoyment of their rights and the ecosystems they depend on.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights,Michelle Bachelet stressed the need for countries to act individually and collectively to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, mobilize sufficient resources to mitigate and adapt to climate change, and ensure meaningful participation of all in climate work.

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