Caribbean Basin: Assessment of Global Climate Change on the Caribbean Region

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Caribbean nations are very heterogeneous in terms of history, culture, and GDP. Each country will face different challenges and pursue different solutions as the entire region will feel the effects of climate change. While some nations are more vulnerable than others, global warming and Sea Level Rise (SLR) will slowly undermine the natural advantages and infrastructure these nations have to draw tourists. Climate change and SLR will also slowly degrade agricultural conditions in what is already a low-production area. 

Caribbean Basin: Assessment of Global Climate Change on the Caribbean Region

 

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