Poor Nations, especially from Africa will be eagerly waiting for the outcome of the conference.
Scientists from all over the world are congregating in Paris, France for the largest international scientific conference on climate change that starts today.
The over 2,500 scientists will discuss solutions for mitigation and adaptation issues on climate change.
During the summit being held at UNESCO headquarters, the scientists will also present updated scientific data as well as reinforcing dialogue between science and civil society stakeholders.
The conference will prepare the pathway for negotiations that will build a new binding legal global agreement to enter into effect in 2020.
The Case of Rwanda
Rwandan scientists and researchers will also make presentations on agricultural vulnerability and climate change.
Rwanda has been faced with unusual irregularities in climate patterns, including extreme temperatures, variability in rainfall frequencies and intensity over the last 30 years.
Rainfall has been declining since 1992, resulting into serious floods in 1997-1998 and a prolonged drought in 1999-2000.
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