Climate change: how countries affect each other

New index reveals how climate risks are reinforced by global connectivity, leaving no country shielded from impact


In a study recently published in Global Environmental Change, centre PhD student Johanna Hedlund together with colleagues from the Stockholm Environment Institute, has made a first attempt at developing a global index of how climate change affects one country – and requires adaptation there as a result of climate change impacts in another country. Despite previous attempts there is no widely accepted terminology to describe this phenomenon. Read more

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