The 7 Countries Most Affected by Climate Change
Bangladesh:Bangladesh faces frequent flooding, cyclones, and sea-level rise due to its low-lying coastal geography.
India:India experiences heatwaves, droughts, and changing monsoon patterns, impacting agriculture, water resources, and public health.
Haiti:Vulnerable to hurricanes and extreme weather events, Haiti also faces deforestation, soil erosion, and limited infrastructure.
Philippines:The Philippines is prone to typhoons, sea-level rise, and coastal erosion, which pose significant challenges to its population and infrastructure.
Madagascar:Rising temperatures, droughts, and deforestation threaten biodiversity and agricultural productivity in Madagascar.
Nigeria:Nigeria grapples with desertification, decreased agricultural productivity, and displacement due to changing climate conditions.
Small Island Nations (e.g., Maldives, Tuvalu, Kiribati):Small island nations are particularly vulnerable to sea-level rise, coastal erosion, and extreme weather events, threatening their existence and way of life.