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15 April 2009 | dataset

Pacific Adaptation to climate change PIMS 2162

Climate change adaptation is vital for Pacific SIDS. Long-term effects, including the increasing frequency and severity of extreme events such as high rainfall, droughts, tropical cyclones, and storm surges are affecting the people in this region. Coupled with non-climate drivers, such as inappropriate land use, overexploitation of resources, increasing urbanization and population increase, development in the region is increasingly undermined. For the low lying atolls, the likely economic disruption from climate change pressures could be catastrophic and potentially lead to population relocation and therefore social and cultural disruption and disproportion. Failure to reduce vulnerability may result in loss of future risk management opportunities when impacts may be greater and options fewer.
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Climate change adaptation is vital for Pacific…

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Publisher United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Modified 25 June 2021
Release Date 15 April 2009
Homepage URL https://library.sprep.org/content/pacific-adaptation-climate-change-pims-2162
Identifier VL-35644
License Public
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