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Do we need a national strategy for climate change adaptation?

14.12.2010

Do we need a national strategy for climate change adaptation?

Climate change does not mean a simple increase in temperature - warming is perceived as only one aspect, along with other problems such as rise in sea levels, melting glaciers and permafrost, increased irregularity of rainfall, river flow regime change and other global changes.

The world community has long been a consensus on the need for action to tackle climate change, curbing the growth temperature in order to prevent dangerous and irreversible consequences for the environment, economy and society in the future; various kinds of assistance are being performed in developing countries to implementing these measures.

Active state policy is crucial in combating climate change. At the present time, it becomes increasingly clear that such policy compatible with sustainable development strategies and economic growth or even a necessary element, and they can cover a significant share of the costs of mitigation. What do you think?

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