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Q&A: How climate change affects people with disabilities, according to this Paralympic gold medalist

Climate change severely impacts people with disabilities as they face extra barriers during climate emergencies such as floods, drought or heatwaves. Image: Susie Rodgers

Laura Beltran

Digital Media Specialist, World Economic Forum

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Susie Rodgers learnt to swim as a child in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, where COP27 took place this year.
Susie Rodgers learnt to swim as a child in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, where COP27 took place this year. Image: Susie Rodgers

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