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Different theories emphasize the role climate change plays in the actual unusual occurrence of climate related natural disasters.
This is a stressful issue for researchers, Scientists and politicians due to inevitable loss and the impact both climate change and natural disasters exert on the ecosystem.
The resulting consequences are harmful to the health and well-being of human beings since they touch all the spheres.
Developing countries are commonly known to be more vulnerable to climate change and natural disasters due to lack of means for resilience to the latter’s harmfulness and much dependency on climate sensitive sectors, more precisely rain-fed agriculture.
This research study of Climate Change and Natural Disasters seeks to identify and evaluate the correlation between the occurrences of natural disasters as consequences of climate change.
To check if really the occurrence of those extreme weather events is mainly driven by climate change or other factors, one Sub-Saharan developing country, Rwanda, has been chosen for this study.
Clarisse Nishimwe Nibagwire is a Rwandese graduate in MSc Energy Engineering from the Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Sciences, including climate change – PAUWES, located in Algeria.
She is interested in Renewable Energy sector and Climate Change management.
She holds a Bachelor degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Eng.
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