On 8 December 2010 Bangladesh Krishok Federation with it's associate organization, Bangladesh Krishani Sabha organized a climate rally in the southern zone of the country as part of the program "1000s of Cancun" declared by LVC. Hundreds of landless peasants, both men and women from different points of the southern districts which are the victim of climate change gathered in front of the Town Hall of Barisal. After the rally a procession was brought out and paraded different streets of the city. In the rally participants expressed their concern by raising the question about the people who are responsible for their current and prospective vulnerabilities. They claimed themselves to be innocents. They deserved the justice as the most victim of climate change. In the rally briefing on COP-16 was delivered explicitly. So, the people claimed that the current production system which contributes to the climate change should be changed radically for the interest of the people in the planet. Thousands of people died of the cyclone Sidr of 2007 and Aila of 2009. Nothing can be compensation for their lives. Those who are to blame for this should have serious onus to the history. History does not spare them. Thus, they can definitely demand reparation for the damages of their livelihood along with justice meaning allowing them with their own way of life. They bitterly criticized about the solutions that world leaders are mulling. They said that the solutions such as REDD, CDM, ago-fuel, GMO, etc to the climate change proposed so far are fake and ridiculous. Participants also stated that "Adaptation and Mitigation Measures" as well as REDD, CDM, ago-fuel, GMO, etc just sound good but the implication of this proposition is tricky and further continuation of the green house mission which needs to be stopped through gradual reduction under the legally binding framework agreement.
In the rally Badrul Alam as chief guest, who is also Central President of Bangladesh Krishok Federation underscored the need for peasant based solutions to the adverse impact of the climate change and rejected the current market based solution that would further risk the mother earth. He claimed a new convention on the human rights of the climate proletariat evicted from their living grounds. He called the world leaders to stopping green washing with false solutions and to take genuine and effective steps to resolve the climate crisis created by the rich industrialist countries for their profit making game. He asked the official delegates in Cancun Climate Conference to take the declaration of World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth held in Bolivia this year into consideration to find the way out of what they have done over the centuries. He defended the fact that the 'small peasants and family farmers are cooling the world'. He added the people around the world could not be a buffer for the luxury of the richest. People all over the world should be united in order to protect their lives, livelihood and mother earth. He expressed his optimism that finally the victory would go with the people. In his concluding speech he criticized the intervention of the World Bank which has very bad track record in dealing the different issues in various countries on the climate change issue.