HSBC assessed 67 developed, emerging and frontier markets on vulnerability to the physical impacts of climate change London: India is the most vulnerable country to climate change, followed by Pakistan,
Extreme Weather Events
What to expect from Warsaw COP - World is suffering because of extreme weather events, COP 19 at Warsaw must address this issue: Chandra Bhushan, Deputy Director General, Centre for Science and Environment.
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<p>How should India and other countries adapt their agricultural practices to a changing climate? In a new film, researchers explain how they go about in the ClimaAdapt project when developing new rice growing technologies and undertaking capacity building of farmers.</p> <p>There is growing consensus among the world’s scientific community that our climate is changing. Countries in the tropics and sub-tropics are particularly vulnerable as extreme weather conditions pose a serious threat to their food security. For India, the rapidly growing economy, climate change and variability may have a negative impact on the well-being of a steadily increasing population, of which the vast majority reside in rural areas and are highly dependent on natural resources for their food, shelter and income.</p>