气候变化往哪儿跑 全球最安全地区排行榜

Originally published at edu.sina.com.cn Climate change experts have released maps of the world revealing how prepared different countries are to cope with the effects of climate change。   最近,气候变化专家发布了一张气候地图,该图显示了全球不同国家对气候变化的应对情况。 全球气候变化应对地图   In the maps, 192 countries are ranked by their ‘vulnerability’ and ‘readiness’,...

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The Nations Most Likely to Survive Climate Change, Mapped

Last year, researchers at Notre Dame attempted to determine ​which nations were best equipped to survive climate change—to endure the higher tides, warmer temps, and declining crop yields—and which were poised to falter. Their Global Adaptation Index (GAIN) pegged Norway as the nation most likely...

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Countries Most Likely To Survive Climate Change

Countries Most Likely To Survive Climate Change   The map below shows the countries most at risk from climate change as well as the countries least at risk and therefore most likely to survive climate change. The data, published by...

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Study Reveals How Prepared Countries Are For Climate Change

The almost two-decade Notre Dame project indexes various factors to assess risk and readiness To the average layperson, the possible effects of climate change can seem both frightening and unpredictable. A long-standing research project, however, is tracking how countries are...

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2014 Annual Meeting

Highlights from the Annual Meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_kTc0AbGPQ ND-GAIN's Annual Meeting was the premier gathering of domestic and international adaptation leaders. The event was held at the non-partisan Wilson Center, and attended by thought leaders from the private, public and non-profit sectors. ND-GAIN released...

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2014 Winners

ND-GAIN Prize Winners 2014

This year's winners are Centre de Suivi Ecologique and Novartis International AG!   Centre de Suivi Ecologique | Adaptation to Coastal Erosion Centre de Suivi Ecologique's Adaptation to Coastal Erosion project in three urban coastal areas with economic importance for fisheries and tourism and affected by...

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