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WPJ Twitter Chat: The Big Question

Monday, June 22, 2015 - 10:30am

Who has the most to lose from climate change in your country?

With a host of climate-driven natural disasters in recent months, and among the worst winters in years in the northern hemisphere, there is an increasing perception that climate change is a critical reality that must be faced by a growing mass of the world’s population. Accordingly, we chose to ask our panel of global experts, weighing in from six continents, who in their country has the most at stake in the face of our changing climate and the forces driving these environmental disruptions.

Now we are opening the conversation to our World Policy audience. Follow #ClimatesCliff to join in on the conversation. 

Our Big Question respondents participating in the Twitter Chat:

Afroza Haque, research officer at the Bangladesh Center for Advanced Studies, focusing on ecosystems and geospatial analysis. @afroza_haque

Jennifer Doherty-Bigara, works for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), with a focus on climate change, sustainable cities, and social inclusion. @jdohertybigara

Erica Dingman, senior fellow at World Policy Institute and director of Arctic-in-Context. @ericading


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