Climate Change Hits Asia Hardest

  Forbes.com 

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McKinsey&Company's Climate risk in Asia report indicates that Asia gets hit hardest by climate change, which shouldn’t be surprising. Asia has more people in coastal cities than all other cities in the world combined, so sea level rise and severe weather will be worse there than anywhere else. ▶ Full story on forbes.com
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