SPM: Figure SPM.1Full report: 18.104.22.168 (page 9 and 10); 22.214.171.124 (page 12 and 13)
HIGH CONFIDENCESPMPage 4, line 37-38.Full report:126.96.36.199, page 44. Miller et al 2008 An exploration of trends in normalised weather-related catastrophe losses. In: Climate Extremes and Society [Diaz, H.F. and Murnane, R.J. (eds.)]. CambridgeUniversity Press, Cambridge, pp. 225-247.Bouwer 2011 Have disaster losses increased due to anthropogenic climate change? Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 92, 39-46.Pielke Jr. et al 2005, Clarifying the attribution of recent disaster losses: a response to Epstein and McCarthy. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 86, 1481-1483.Bouwer et al 2007. Confronting disaster losses. Science, 318, 753.Pakistan statistic:Chapter 8, page 24 – no associated citation.
HIGH CONFIDENCESPM: Page 4, line 26-27Report: 4.5.2Page 40: During the 25 year period from 1970 to 2008 over 95% of deathsfrom natural disasters occurred in developing countries and direct economic losses averaged US$54 billion perannum (Freeman, 2000; Cavallo and Noy, 2010).Cavallo, E. and I. Noy, 2010: The economic of natural disasters: A survey. Inter-American Development Bank, IDBWorking Paper Series, No. IDB-WP-124 International Monetary Fund WP/04/224,http://www.iadb.org/res/publications/pubfiles/pubIDB-WP-124.pdf
SPMPage 6, line 34-40Figure SPM 3AFull report:3.3.1, page 25Figure 3.5Adapted from Kharin et al 2007
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"Bosques y Cambio Climático"
BOSQUES Y CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO Vicente Barros23 de noviembre 2011 1 Buenos Aires
Fate of Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions (2000-2008)1,4 PgC y-1 4,1 PgC y-1 45% 2,7 PgC y-1 7,7 PgC y-1 + 30% 25% 2, 3 PgC y-1 2
IMPACTOS MUCHO MAS IMPORTANTES CON MAS DE 2 C DE CALENTAMIENTO EXTINCIÓN DE ESPECIES YO ECOSISTEMAS TOS EN LA SEGUNDA MITAD DEL CRISIS DEL AGUAPROPAGACIÓN DE VECTORES Y ENFERMEDADESPÉRDIDA DE TIERRA POR AUMENTO DEL NIVEL DEL MARMAYOR IMPACTO EN PAISES EN DESARROLLO 4 AUMENTO DE CONFLICTIVIDAD
IMPACTOS MUCHO MAS IMPORTANTES CON MAS DE 2 C DE CALENTAMIENTOGRAN PELIGRO DE QUE LA BIOSFERA DEJE DE SER UN SUMIDERO DE CARBONO5
LA MITIGACION DEL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO REQUIERE REDUCIR EL CONSUMO DE HIDROCARBUROS6
TEMAS EN DURBAN:PROTOCOLO DE KIOTOCOMPROMISOS DE LARGO PLAZOFONDOS PARA ADAPTACION Y MITIGACIONREDD 13
EL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO SE MANIFIESTA ANTES EN LOS EXTREMOS14
The IPCC Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation
A changing climate leads to changes in extremeweather and climate events16
Socioeconomic development interacts with natural climate variations and human-caused climate change to influence disaster riskDisaster Risk: Vulnerability:the likelihood of severe the predisposition of aalterations in the normal person or group to befunctioning of a adversely affectedcommunity or society dueto weather or climateevents interacting withvulnerable socialconditions 17
Increasing vulnerability, exposure, or severity andfrequency of climate events increases disaster risk Disaster risk management and climate change adaptation can influence the degree to which extreme events translate into impacts and disasters18
Increasing exposure of people and assets has beenthe major cause of changes in disaster losses Pakistan floods, 2010 6 million left homeless19
Fatalities are higher in developing countries From 1970-2008, over 95% of natural-disaster-related deaths occurred in developing countries20
Climate models project more frequent hot daysthroughout the 21st century In many regions, the time between “20-year” (unusually) warm days will decrease21
There are strategies that can help manage disasterrisk now and also help improve people’s livelihoodsand well-beingThe most effective strategies offer development benefits in the relatively near term and reduce vulnerability over the longer term22