By Raymond Colitt BRASILIA, Nov 27 (Reuters) - People around the world are preparing for floods, droughts and other natural disasters in ways largely dictated by wealth and poverty as evidence of climate change mounts, a U.N. report said on Tuesday. Even if countries immediately took steps to cut greenhouse gases, global temperatures would continue to rise through 2050 due to accumulated carbon emissions, the U.N. Development Program said in its report. As a result climate disasters will ...
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