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The unjust climate – Measuring the impacts of climate change on rural poor, women and youth

This report provides concrete evidence from 24 countries on the magnitude of the challenge posed by the climate crisis for rural people in socially and economically vulnerable positions due to their wealth status, gender, and age. It demonstrates clearly that extreme weather events and long-run climate change are disproportionately affecting the incomes of rural people living in poverty, women, and older populations. As a result, climate change is widening even further existing income gaps in rural areas, pushing vulnerable people towards maladaptive coping strategies and ultimately making it harder for these groups to escape cycles of poverty and hunger.
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Language: English
Published By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Published date: 2024

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