Phl is 6th extremely vulnerable to climate change
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Among 16 nations extremely vulnerable to climate change, the Philippines ranked 6th owing to it's archipelagic nature and it's location, according to the global risk advisor Maplecroft. This point was stressed further by former US Vice President and environmental champion A1 Gore when he visited and spoke of the specter of intense and constant rising sea levels, storm surges and coastal erosion becoming the new norm in the globe today.
Agoot, L. (2016, April 22). Phl is 6th extremely vulnerable to climate change. Manila Bulletin, p. 15.
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