Vulnerability index to climate change in the Latin American and Caribbean Region
Climate change vulnerability is a multi-dimensional issue which can be influenced by a wide range of underlying factors. This study aims to complement previous research by providing an improved understanding of how and why climate change vulnerability varies across the entire LAC región.
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