Liechtenstein

GDP (PPP) per capita (2015): - Population (2015): 37,531 HDI (2015): 0.91
ND-GAIN Country Index rank
Vulnerability -
Readiness -

The ND-GAIN Country Index™ for Liechtenstein could not be generated because of missing indicators for Readiness and Vulnerability.

Denotes worst scores
Indicator 1996 to 2015 Score
Vulnerability
-
Food
0.411
Projected change of cereal yields
0
Projected population change
0.310
Food import dependency
-
Rural population
0.924
Agriculture capacity
-
Child malnutrition
-
Water
-
Projected change of annual runoff
-
Projected change of annual groundwater recharge
-
Fresh water withdrawal rate
-
Water dependency ratio
-
Dam capacity
-
Access to reliable drinking water
-
Health
0.071
Projected change of deaths from climate change induced diseases
0.030
Projected change in vector-borne diseases
0.112
Dependency on external resource for health services
-
Slum population
-
Medical staff
-
Access to improved sanitation facilities
-
Ecosystem Services
0.354
Projected change of biome distribution
0.459
Projected change of marine biodiversity
0
Natural capital dependency
-
Ecological footprint
-
Protected biome
0.210
Engagement in international environmental conventions
0.745
Human Habitat
0.299
Projected change of warm periods
0.189
Projected change of flood hazard
0.409
Urban concentration
-
Age dependency ratio
-
Quality of trade and transport infrastructure
-
Paved roads
-
Infrastructure
0
Projected change of hydropower generation capacity
-
Projected change of sea level rise impacts
-
Dependency on imported energy
-
Population living under 5m above sea level
-
Electricity access
0
Disaster preparedness
-
Methodology

ND-GAIN Country Index

Methodology The ND-GAIN Country Index, a project of the University of Notre Dame Global Adaptation Initiative (ND-GAIN), summarizes a country's vulnerability to climate change and other global challenges in combination with its readiness to improve resilience. It aims to help businesses and the public sector better prioritize investments for a more efficient response to the immediate global challenges ahead.

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