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Fiji told it must spend billions to adapt to climate change

09.11.2017
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At COP 23 talks in Bonn, Fiji has called on developed nations to help the world's most vulnerable build resilience to climate changeTo prepare for the rising temperatures, strengthening storms and higher sea levels in the coming decades, Fiji must spend an amount equivalent to its entire yearly gross domestic product over the next 10 years, according to the first comprehensive assessment of the small island nation's vulnerability to climate change, compiled by its government with the assistance of the World Bank.Released half-way through the COP23 in Bonn, which Fiji is presiding over, the report highlights five major interventions and 125 further actions that it says are necessary to achieve Fiji's development objectives, while facing the potentially devastating impacts of climate change. Combined those actions would cost about US$4.5bn over the next decade. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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