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from ANTARA, The Indonesian National News Agency Jakarta, April 10 (ANTARA) - The results of a two-day international Muslim conference on climate change in Bogor, West Java, which ended on April 9 and emphasized the need to prevent climate change through education are seen by many as helping the campaigns and programs of the UN Framework on Climate Change (UNFCC) Dr Sofyan Siregar, an observer of the European Islamic University for the Study of Islamic Politics in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in an emailed massage received on Monday, said the conference on climate change hosted by Indonesia was a activity that should spur and motivate the developed countries in the world to take the same steps with a matching commitment.
Perhaps, the issue is still new for Muslim countries to adopt such a policy on climate change, but their commitment to embody the statements made during the conference was likely to be more concrete a wayout to make people aware of the importance of preserving the environment through education.
Most developed countries like the US and other participants of UNFCC were trapped in big differences of opinion because of their different interests which often made the implementation of the agreements they had reached run at a snail's pace.
"Such an impression we have in mind in seeing the UNFCC …