Climate resilience index in Africa 2022, by country

Climate resilience in Africa in 2022, by country

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"Climate resilience is an overall measure that helps to indicate how well positioned a country is to adapt to climate change and what it is able to do about mitigating its impact. The measure of vulnerability included in the study indicates a country’s physical exposure, the sensitivity of key sectors to climate impacts, and its adaptive capacity in terms of infrastructure and social resources in place. Resilience goes further by combining this measure of vulnerability with readiness as well as a country’s economic ability to adapt."

Countries scoring between 0 and 44.9 are classified as Lower Resilience.
Countries scoring between 45.0 and 59.9 are classified as Medium Resilience.
Countries scoring between 60.0 and 100.0 are classified as Higher Resilience."

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