Which countries are the most vulnerable to climate change?
Posted March 23, 2018 09:11:04Climate change is a serious threat to everyone and it is affecting the lives of millions around the world, according to the United Nations.
That’s according to an analysis released on Wednesday, which looks at the vulnerability of each country in the world to a change in the climate.
The report says the most populous countries, such as the U.S., China and India, are the hardest hit by climate change.
These are the nations with the largest populations and are home to the highest rates of climate change-related deaths.
Climate change has already led to more extreme weather events such as droughts and floods, which have had a devastating impact on people and businesses across the world.
Climate change also makes life more dangerous for the elderly and poor, and it can impact agriculture and agriculture production.
The U.N. says more than 4 million people will die of climate-related causes by 2050.
In terms of the poorest countries, the report finds that climate change is expected to lead to more frequent droughting, more extreme heatwaves, and more frequent floods.
The U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States and Ukraine are the four countries that stand to suffer most from climate change impacts.
But there is hope for these nations.
The report says that the United Kingdom could see the most severe climate change effects as the country’s population ages.
In the Middle East, climate change will make the Middle Eastern region more vulnerable to extreme weather.
In the Indian subcontinent, the region is the most at risk of drought and rising sea levels.
The Indian sub-continent has also been the site of severe droughty periods and extreme floods.
In South Asia, climate changes are expected to exacerbate extreme weather in regions such as Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bangladesh and parts of Iran.