The very idea of development and progress C Level Contact List needs to be rethought in the light of these imperatives. Climate change impoverishes us all, but more so the poorest. As a good accelerator of previous trends, the effects of climate change on inequality are already being felt both on a global scale and within C Level Contact List each one of the countries, including developed ones. From a global perspective, what has been called the "double injustice of climate change" draws attention to the fact that developing C Level Contact List countries, which are the least responsible for the appearance of climate change, are the ones that they have more difficulties in dealing with it. Its economy is more dependent on the natural environment and its capacity to invest in technology or infrastructure for adaptation is manifestly scarce.
These C Level Contact List countries are the most vulnerable to the climate crisis, which is directly related to climate displacement and migration, the legal status of which is yet to be elucidated. The Geneva Convention does not include C Level Contact List climate migrants in the category of refugees, although their nature differs substantially from that of other economic migrants. However, inequality is not only exacerbated at the C Level Contact List global level. Even within States, including developed ones, climate change is already accentuating inequalities today.
Phenomena such as C Level Contact List energy poverty are especially serious in the face of heat waves in summer or episodes of extreme cold in winter, such as the unusual Filomena storm that covered the northern C Level Contact List half of the Iberian Peninsula with snow in January 2021, and whose attribution studies do not doubt in relation to climate change. According to the update of energy poverty indicators in Spain prepared by the Ministry for the C Level Contact List Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, in 2019 16.7% of households had an energy expenditure greater than.