Scoring climate risks: which countries are the most resilient?

Ashim Paun

Climate change poses risks to all countries. A global drive to reduce carbon emissions has brought challenges to energy systems and economies, and adaptive responses are necessary as populations suffer the negative impacts. Strong institutions, information and money are all part of such a response. Meanwhile, for economies capable of producing cleaner technologies, opportunities abound. In this chapter, we examine 67 countries that have been ranked from the most resilient to the most vulnerable.

Central banks have been paying increasing attention to climate change and broader environmental

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