NewEnergyNews: HOW MUCH CLIMATE CHANGE WIDENS THE RICH-POOR GAP

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    Friday, December 13, 2013

    HOW MUCH CLIMATE CHANGE WIDENS THE RICH-POOR GAP

    World’s Poorest Nations 100 Years Behind Richest on Climate Change; Latest data from Notre Dame highlights huge disparities in climate resiliency

    December 11, 2013 (Sustainable Industries)

    “It will take the world’s poorest countries more than one century just to reach the level of climate change readiness that the richest countries already enjoy…[according to] the 2013 University of Notre Dame Global Adaptation Index (ND-GAIN)…[The] annual index that ranks more than 175 countries based on their vulnerability to climate change and their readiness to adapt to the droughts, superstorms and natural disasters that climate change can cause…[The latest index] highlights huge disparities between the developed world and developing world…[It] take more than 100 years for the poorest countries just to reach the readiness levels that the richest countries have…The [open source] index aims to unlock global adaptation solutions that save lives and improve livelihoods while strengthening market positions in the private sector and policy decisions in the public sector…” click here for more

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