The U.S. Department of Defense calls climate change a threat multiplier, but for some countries it is an imminent and existential threat. Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are particularly at risk, facing the possibility of their nations literally go under in the next few decades. Join us as we discuss who’s to blame, the future for these nations and their citizens, and what can be done.
Take a look at some of our favorite articles that we came across while researching the effects of climate change on the most vulnerable countries:
- Will Pacific Island Nations Disappear as Seas Rise? – National Geographic
- Sinking States: Climate Change and the Pacific – The Diplomat
- Climate Change – UNHCR
- Climate Change Adaptation Roadmap – U.S. Department of Defense
And just for fun, here is Sen. James Inhofe, Chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee:
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