FROM THE FIELD: Liberia enhances efforts to defend against increasing seas


It’s predicted that a one-metre water level increase might completely swamp 95 square kilometres of land in Liberia’s seaside zone, which is currently under danger of heavy seasonal rains and continuing disintegration.

What’s more, wearing down facilities is triggering enormous effects for real estate, education and incomes, with fishing chief amongst them.

However the UN Advancement Program (UNDP) has actually taken “28,000 actions in the best instructions” throughout the 2nd stage of its Coastal Defense Task to lower vulnerabilities and develop strength. Here’s the complete story.