Small Island Developing States on a Path to Renewable Energy and Resilience: A Story from Maldives

Small Island Developing States (SIDS), which are home to 65 million people and bastions of blogdaad8608_1.jpgbiodiversity, face unique challenges. Because they are small, their economies are not diversified and hence particularly vulnerable to external shocks, such as the collapse of tourism during COVID 19 or sky-rocketing energy and food prices in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. They are also extremely vulnerable to the rising sea levels and extreme weather brought on by climate change.

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