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Online Press Review: Global Climate Risk Index 2010

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 Kristeligt Dagblad (Denmark), 23.12.
U-lande viser fremtidens klima
Nicaragua er et eksempel på, hvordan klimaforandringerne vil ramme verden

 bdnews24 (Bangladesh), 22.12.
Climate talks a success for Bangladesh: Hasan

 The Jakarta Post (Indonesia), 21.12.
Making a green leap into the future
Stevie Emilia

 Straits Times (Singapore), 18.12.
News in pictures on Friday

 Myanmar Times (Myanmar), 14.12.
Changing climate hurts Myanmar
Aye Sapay Phyu / Sann Oo

 Jamaica Observer (Jamaica), 13.12.09
Jamaica among islands at highest climate risk, says report
Petre Williams-Raynor

 Thanhnien News (Vietnam), 13.12.09
Vietnam third most disaster-ravaged nation in 2008
Vietnam ranked third among countries worst hit by extreme weather events last year, according to a climate change study released Tuesday.

 Corriere Della Sera (Italy), 11.12.09
Rischio climatico: l'Italia ai primi posti
Il nostro punto debole sono le ondate di calore estivo che possono mietere migliaia di vittime in una sola stagione
Franco Foresta Martin

 Jamaica Observer (Jamaica), 11.12.09
Climate risk costly for Caribbean countries

 The Jakarta Post (Indonesia), 10.12.09
RI among most exposed to climate change
Adianto P. Simamora

 Siam Daily News (Thailand), 10.12.09
Climate change impact in Indonesia among the worst in the world: study

 SKNVibes (Saint Kitts and Nevis), 9.12.
Climate risk costly for Caribbean countries
Indi Mclymont

 Hindustan Times (India), 9.12.09
Think global, act global
Samar Halarnkar

 Folkekirkens Noedhjaelp (Finnland), 9.12.09
Tre lande hårdest ramt af ekstremt vejrlig
Bangladesh, Burma og Honduras er de tre lande i verden, der i de seneste 20 år er blevet allerhårdest ramt af ekstreme vejrfænomener
Linda Nordahl Jakobsen

 Kaieteur News Online (Guyana), 9.12.09
Guyana ranks 93 on Climate Risk Index
Neil Marks

 Caribbian360.com (Barbados), 9.12.09
Climate risk costly for Caribbean countries

 The Guardian (UK), 9.12.09
Met Office figures confirm noughties as warmest decade in recorded history
The past 10 years have been the warmest decade recorded in 160 years, despite 1998 being the warmest year on record
John Vidal

 Sky News (USA), 9.12.09
Bangladesh, Burma 'worst-hit by weather'

 ABC News (Australia), 9.12.09
Bangladesh worst hit by climate change
Bangladesh, Burma and Honduras were the countries most severely affected by extreme weather events from 1990 to 2008, according to a climate change risk study published overnight.

 The Telegraph (India), 9.12.09
Weather exacts too high a price - India among top Ten losers

 Bernama.com (Malaysia), 9.12.09
Vietnam Suffers Large Consequences From Extreme Weather

 Irish Times (Ireland), 9.12.09
2009 likely to be fifth-warmest on record, data shows
Frank McDonald

 The Sydney Morning Herald, 9.12.09
Bangladesh, Burma 'worst-hit by weather'

 Manila Bulletin (Philippines), 9.12.09
Bangladesh, Myanmar worst-hit by extreme weather

 Hellenic Business News (Greece), 9.12.09
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 Radio Taiwan International (Taiwan), 9.12.09
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 The New Republic (USA), 9.12.09
Storms, Floods, Droughts - And Not Much Help To Weather Them
Seyward Darby

 Vietnews (Vietnam), 9.12.09
Vietnam in top 10 disaster hit countries
Vietnam has the dubious honor of being in this year's top 10 list of countries worst affected by extreme weather, according to a new report.
Thuy Hang

 Financial Express (Bangladesh), 8.12.09
Banglades most affected by climate change: report

 Democracy Now (USA), 8.12.09
Report: Burma, Yemen and Vietnam Hardest Hit by Extreme Weather in 2008
Including TV-Interview with Christoph Bals on the Index and the placement of the US

 The Daily Star (Bangladesh), 8.12.09
Bangladesh worst affected by changing climate
Pinaki Roy

 Earth Times, 8.12.09
Report: Deaths by and costs of 'extreme weather' on the rise

 Elespectador (Colombia), 8.12.09
Colombia, en el puesto 80 de los más afectados por el clima
Venezuela ocupa la casilla 11 del índice de los más afectados de la década, justo debajo de China.
Pablo Correa

 Bdnews24.com (Bangladesh), 8.12.09
Bangladesh most affected by climate change: report

last updated 14 January 2010