Living in the shadow of loss and damage: uncovering non-economic impacts
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Living in the shadow of loss and damage: uncovering non-economic impacts

30 October 2023

Summary

8 LIVING IN THE SHADOW OF LOSS AND DAMAGE: UNCOVERING NON-ECONOMIC IMPACTS But despite the existing remit of these international bodies, there are still significant gaps in collective knowledge and understanding of what L&D means and the support that is needed (in terms of technology, capacity and finance) to address it in vulnerable countries and communities. [...] It is bordered by Iwaya and the University of Lagos to the north, Ebute-Meta to the west, the Third Mainland Bridge to the South and the Lagos Lagoon to the east.5 1 UN Integrated Regional Information Networks (5 September 2006) Lagos, the mega-city of slums. [...] The riverbank often overflows due to the blocking of the drainage water channel by accumulated plastic waste that has been carried by water and also improperly disposed of by the community.11 Each time coastal erosion occurs, the Makoko community is confronted with a challenge emanating from poor hygiene, the spread of diseases and contamination of water, as well as possible loss of lives and dama. [...] 20 Living in the shadow of loss and damage: uncovering non-economic impacts LOSS OF QUALITY OF LIFE NIGERIA socio-economic activities, which affects the income and livelihood of people and disrupts the educ. [...] 30 Living in the shadow of loss and damage: uncovering non-economic impacts LOSS OF QUALITY OF LIFE MALAWI Mental and physical health impacts Secondary categories: loss of cultural heritage; loss of ecosystems and biodiversity Understanding the multidimensional influences of eco-anxiety in Nigeria: experiences from The Eco-anxiety Africa Project (TEAP) Ayomide Olude, Project Manager, The Eco-anxie.

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148
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United Kingdom

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