This report, published by Forum For The Future and the UK's Department for International Development, explores the environmental, social, political, psychological and economic impacts of climate change on low-income countries over the next 20 years.

The report's central message is that development must be climate-resilient. It outlines four scenarios for 2030 (Reversal of Fortunes, Age of Opportunities, Coping Alone, The Greater Good) and sets out the implications of each imagined future for low-income country governments, policymakers, businesses and nongovernmental organisations. It covers a range of issues, including population, politics and technology, and is designed to be a practical tool for policy- and decision-making, with exercises and supporting materials.


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