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Five minutes to understand the challenge of adapting to climate change

Ana Terra Amorim-Maia
December 7, 2023
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The article discusses the relationship between climate change adaptation, mitigation, and the concept of loss and damage.

The battle against the climate crisis must be fought on several fronts. Although reducing greenhouse gas emissions remains a crucial priority to contain controllable climate warming, it is imperative to adapt our societies and lifestyles to the effects of present and future climate change. Ana Terra Amorim-Maia spoke to ID and discussed the evolution of adaptation, its current state, along with some steps to take action.

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