A suspension bridge in Mozambique. A deep seaport in Pakistan. A dam in Niger. Beijing has countless projects like these as part of the country’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) global infrastructure plan, but experts have warned of its vulnerability to the costly consequences of climate change, including migration pressures, political unrest and rising sea levels.This week a group of defence ministers at the White House summit described climate change as a security threat – a “multiplier” that…


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