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Unveiling the Nature and Degree of System Vulnerability 1997-2021

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Global Vulnerability
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Climate exposure represents the inherent susceptibility of a system to the profound impacts of climate change, encompassing both the character and extent of its encounter with environmental shifts. This facet of vulnerability operates independently of socio-economic context, offering a distilled perspective on the direct influence of climatic factors. It delves into the intricate interplay between a system and the changing climate, elucidating the degree to which it is subject to significant alterations. By isolating this component from socio-economic considerations, the analysis provides a clear and essential understanding of the raw vulnerability intrinsic to a system, serving as a foundational element in comprehensive climate resilience assessments.