ADA official: Scientific research is vital in combating climate change


In the fight against climate change, conducting scientific research at universities is also important, according to Fariz Ismayilzada, the Vice-Rector of ADA University, who spoke at the Climate Action Forum organized by the Youth Organization of the Non-Aligned Movement.

"Without scientific research, we cannot move forward," Ismayilzada stated. He highlighted the efforts of ADA University in organizing seminars, collaborating with foreign universities, and establishing contacts with scientists worldwide to advance the agenda of combating climate change.

Ismayilzada also addressed the youth, urging them to take advantage of the open access to media in today's world to obtain more information about this global problem.

"Use your access to media to reach wider communities. Together, we can achieve greater results," he added.

Climate change has become one of the most significant challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), global temperatures are projected to rise by 1.5°C to 2°C by the end of the century, leading to severe consequences such as rising sea levels, more frequent and intense extreme weather events, and the loss of biodiversity.