The International Commission on Adaptation to Climate Change on Planet Earth said that in 2020, on the 5th anniversary of the signing of the Paris Climate Agreement, it is planned to renew national commitments under the UN pact. This is reported by Bloomberg. To slow global warming, states and companies are investing heavily in the aftermath of fires and hurricanes, as well as in reducing the use of fossil fuels and in advanced technologies that help slow down climate change. The commission's new report indicates that by 2030, $1.8 trillion in investment will be directed to the following areas: climate prevention systems, mangrove protection and water management, as well as infrastructure and Agriculture. The commission estimates that the investment will eventually benefit $7.1 trillion. As these calculations show, the invested sums will not be very large, while the benefits from them will be very significant. According to the commission, improving the system of earlier storm warnings to one day before the disaster will reduce the damage from it by 30%. If you invest $800 million, you can avoid spending up to $16 billion a year.