Losing ground: climate vulnerability of cities in India
Arfiana Khairunnisa
Communications Consultant
June 12, 2017 . 0 min read
Duration : 0 | Views : 0 | The Energy and Resources Institute | June, 2017

India has 130 towns and cities in 84 coastal districts. Climate science is increasingly warning us about the likely impacts of sea-level rise and cyclones on these cities. But are we paying heed? ‘Losing Ground’ maps out the climate vulnerability of two coastal cities in India - Panaji and Visakhapatnam, and builds a case for all coastal cities to start climate proofing their infrastructure and services without losing any more time.

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