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Mitigating the Effects of Natural Disasters as a Result of Global Warming in Underdeveloped Regions
Around 200 million people globally are affected by natural disasters each year, which leads to increased poverty, food insecurity, preventable diseases, unemployment, and homelessness. This has a particularly devastating impact on the least developed countries, causing their economies to decline and hindering progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. In these countries, about 70% of deaths over the past 50 years have been due to climate-related disasters, highlighting the urgent need for effective disaster risk reduction. However, limited resources and economic diversification are major challenges in implementing these measures, and the number of people at risk of internal displacement due to disasters continues to rise. What kinds of implementations can delegates originate and how useful would they be in the wake of constant destruction and recovery from disasters?
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