From Challenges to Opportunities: Facing Climate Change in Latin America

The TSEconomist

Recent natural disasters have severely hit some Caribbean countries and some regions of the United States. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have devastated households, cities and whole countries. Millions of citizens were forced to abandon their homes and the economic losses are estimated to be over 100 billion dollars. This situation has once again raised the question about global warming and its consequences. Scientists claimed that climate change has contributed to making these bad storms even worse.

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