Climate change risk parameters

many states and provinces facing high risk from extreme weather climate hazards are not appearing at the top of this ranking due to their lower number of residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

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Bihar, 22nd

The data compared these territories according to modeled projections of damage to buildings and properties from extreme weather and climate change such as flooding, forest fires, heatwave, and sea level rise.

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Uttar Pradesh, 25th

Another Indian city looking at climate hazards,

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Assam, 28th

Assam would see the maximum increase, more than 330 percent by 2050, as per the report.

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Rajasthan, 32nd

One of the most royal states in India is staring at climate hazard risk.

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Tamil Nadu, 36th

According to the report, Asia leads the list of provinces that are at risk as more than half (114) of the top 200 regions in the list, with China and India as the major focus.

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Maharashtra, 38th

Highly developed and globally significant Asian economic hubs in the top 100 for damage risk include Beijing, Jakarta, Hồ Chí Minh City, Taiwan and Mumbai.

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Gujarat, 48th

Gujarat, a land of culture wounded at 48th position in the list.

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Punjab, 50th position

The land of agriculture is also at risk of facing climate hazards.

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Kerala, 52nd

God;s own country has found a spot at being at risk places in the world that could witness sever climate risks.

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Most At-Risk Places

As per analysis, 80% of the top 50 most at-risk states and provinces in 2050 are in China, the US, and India.

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