Vietnam ranks the fifth in climate risk in the Global Climate Risk Index for 2018 and eighth in the Long-Term Climate Risk Index (CRI). Having 3,260 km of coast line, rising sea levels definitely create a big impact on Vietnam. According to the Inter-Governmental Panel on CC (IPCC), if sea levels rise by 100cm, the potential land loss for Vietnam would be 40,000 km2, account for 12.1% total area and 17.1 million people will be exposed, account for 23.1% of population at the time of report.
How national policies and international cooperation support mitigation and adaptation acitivities; Means of implementation, monitoring and evaluation; Limitations and challenge. The information can be found in the newly published page.