As of 2020, at least five countries will be at risk of experiencing severe flooding: El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Costa Rica.
But, despite the potential for climate change, many countries are still not ready to implement any major measures to combat it.
El Salvador is one of the poorest countries in the world, and is home to one of South America’s largest cities, San Salvador.
In the past, the country has been flooded by heavy rains.
In a recent interview with a local newspaper, President Daniel Ortega said that the government has no plans to do anything, because El Salvador has already been flooded twice in the past two years.
The government has been struggling to cope with the unprecedented flood, and has only managed to mitigate the damage with the use of sandbags and buckets, and the use “hundreds of thousands of gallons of water” every day.
Nicaragua is one the largest oil-producing nations in the Western Hemisphere, and one of Latin America’s most vulnerable countries to climate change.
In 2016, a hurricane slammed the country, killing more than 700 people.
The island nation also is suffering from frequent flooding and landslides that have damaged infrastructure and infrastructure structures.
The Central American nation also has a large concentration of indigenous populations, who are more likely to be affected by climate changes.
Honduras is one and the only country in Central America that is home in the southern part of the country.
In 2017, a tropical cyclone hit the country and caused significant flooding.
In August, the government installed more than 2,500 sandbags to prevent further flooding.
Guatemala is the most vulnerable to climate changes because it is located on the Pacific Coast.
The country has experienced two hurricanes in the last five years, and it is also home to more than 400,000 people.
It is the second-most populous country in the region, and Guatemala has experienced severe flooding in the previous years.
Guatemala’s current floods have led to the deaths of several people.
Nicaragua has also experienced heavy flooding and severe landslides, which have destroyed infrastructure and damaged infrastructure structures in the country’s capital, Bogota.
The region is also suffering from the consequences of climate change: the Central American country has a low birth rate and high mortality rate.
Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala have been suffering from floods for years.
And, in the United States, the flood waters have been blamed on climate change and climate-induced wildfires.
In fact, the Central America region is one part of an increasingly powerful region in the U.S. that is also experiencing rising sea levels and other climate-related issues.
As a result, a majority of states are likely to face severe flooding over the next few decades.
As the world struggles to adapt to the impacts of climate, there is little hope that nations can quickly address the problem of extreme weather.
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