The Physical Vulnerability to Climate Change Index (PVCCI) measures the vulnerability of small island territories to the impacts of climate change, whether periodic (cyclones, droughts) or progressive (rise in average air temperatures or sea levels). The analysis of these components contributes to informing adaptation policies, which aim to reduce the vulnerability of territories, populations and sectors of activity in the long term.
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