Data Drive: Unequal climate burden | The Financial Express
Premium

Data Drive: Unequal climate burden

These nations account for a minuscule proportion of global emissions.

Data Drive: Unequal climate burden
Climate change, the research shows, has acted as a “threat multiplier” for such nations.

As flood-devastated Pakistan demands larger international relief funding, terming this climate reparations from developed nations that account for the bulk of the historical emissions, new Oxfam research shows climate-related hunger has worsened for some of the most vulnerable nations.

Continue reading this story with Financial Express premium subscription
Already a subscriber? Sign in

These nations account for a minuscule proportion of global emissions.

Climate change, the research shows, has acted as a “threat multiplier” for such nations.

There has been an alarming jump in UN humanitarian appeals related to extreme weather events.

Get live Share Market updates and latest India News and business news on Financial Express. Download Financial Express App for latest business news.