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Mexico: Social protection strategies and climate risks

Source(s):  Climatico

According to the reporter, social protection strategies have been mainstreamed into development in Mexico, but there is little inclusion of climate change adaptation, and disaster risk reduction remains institutionally weak.

The author stresses that because rural populations are dependant on the weather for their livelihoods, building resilience to climate change is fundamental to reducing rural poverty.

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  • Publication date 03 Mar 2010

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