PESHAWAR: The United Nation member countries said that if educational progress and literacy rate continuously show decline in underdeveloped countries, there are chances of future disaster-related calamities would increase by 20 per cent per decade. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) report has claimed that outcome of the climate change around the globe has put almost every society at the verge of risk. It stated that those countries where curricula of education institutions are barren from climate change lessons, would face sever environment fatalities. The consultation of the international community has pointed out, the fragile condition of the underdeveloped countries such as Pakistan could be turned more harmful if it has no agenda to incorporate climate change subject in their education curricula. The awareness among the school goers has produce outstanding result in time of unwanted and natural calamities the report read. However, action responsibility, to mitigate any kind of fatalities as a result of environmental change, reserved for political slot and leaders across the globe have been urged effectively with empirical observations to invest more and more in the education sector instead of spending budgets in other areas of the development. The leaders of the world have agreed that school is the only formal place where society can train their children as a future force to cope with climate challenges and can find plausible solution to leave a safe planet for next generation. “Broadening access to education is more effective against climate change effects than investment in infrastructure such as sea walls and irrigation systems”. the report reads. Proper education is the only savor that enhances people’s resilience to climate-related risks and can also play role for the support and involvement which will ultimately mitigate calamities, the report has also chalk out plan for the underdeveloped communities of the world. The report has stressed on the politicians of the underdeveloped countries to play their due role for making progress in female education to bring forward a collaborative force in the time of disaster related destruction and save poverty stricken societies from natural calamities. A projection has also shown reservation that if education progress stalled and literacy rate remains stagnant in the countries such as Pakistan, future disaster-related fatalities would increase by 20% per decade and those countries where education system has no awareness would suffer more than aware communities. “Communities of the poor countries at risk from climate-related events are generally are those countries where educational attainment is low and unequal”, the report stated. The report has mentioned that study on Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Haiti found that lack of education and low literacy rate prevented people from understanding disaster warnings. In the Philippines, local communities worked with education officials and other partners to teach young people about climate change adaptation, which helps to build community resilience. “Schools help students understand the environmental problem, its consequences and the types of action required to address it and comprehensive knowledge about the environment, can play increasingly incorporated role into formal school curricula”, the report mentioned.