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The Commonwealth Secretariat and the US-based Stimson Center unveils a new phase under the Commonwealth Blue Charter. The goal of this project is to recognise climate vulnerability and hazards within coastal communities by employing a novel swift assessment procedure. Originally tested in Sri Lanka, Barbados, and Kiribati, this endeavor is presently broadening its scope to encompass two more Commonwealth nations: Dominica and Mauritius. Authorities of these nations are actively immersed in the prompt evaluation process. The outcomes of this assessment will empower them to ascertain the subsequent necessary actions for promoting climate-resilient strategies and enhancing the durability of their coastal communities.

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