La geografía de la pobreza, los desastres y el clima extremo en 2030

La geografía de la pobreza, los desastres y el clima extremo en 2030 examina la relación entre los desastres y la pobreza. Concluye que, para 2030, hasta 325 millones de personas extremadamente pobres habitarán en los 49 países más expuestos a la amenaza de los desastres ‘naturales’ y clima extremo si no se adoptan medidas para evitarlo. Localiza dónde es probable que vivan los y las más pobres del mundo, y desarrolla una serie de escenarios para identificar potenciales tendencias en la vulnerabilidad hacia el clima extremo y los terremotos, quiénes serán más vulnerables y por qué.

ODI, 2013.

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