CAP invites you to the webinar, "Climate Resilient Sustainable Road Pavement Surfacings" (CRISPS) on 10th of December 2020 - 9:00 to 10:00 AM CET.
Norway is a shining example when it comes to climate change leadership and maintains its oil and gas export industry.
A type of forage species or plant called plantain has the potential to reduce GHG nitrous oxide from the soil, New Zealand study shows.
Singapore has water reuse or recycling program to meet sustainably domestic and industrial demands, a model other countries can learn from.
Rice researchers are finding possible strategies to come up with resilient rice crop varieties to withstand climate change effects.
Improvements in battery technology are vital to the expansion of and transition to renewable energy and reduction on the use of fossil fuel.
MHEW symposium promotes research, science & technology, supporting the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2020 implementation.
Converting to energy-efficient cooling systems will cut down significant greenhouse gas emissions, mitigating climate change.
The Brown Bag Resilience Series will be a string of short webinars on disaster risk reduction, emergency mgt, and climate change adaptation.
This is CAP’s first webinar in the Climate Change Adaptation Roadshow series featuring research of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Auckland.
The paper examined Bangladesh’s integration of climate change issues into its national, sectoral, and city development plans.
Sustainability means renewable energy, environmentally-safe practices, low carbon economy to fight climate change. What are its economic and social implications?
A series of webinars on Climate Change Adaptation showcasing research, policy, and practitioner initiatives across New Zealand and elsewhere.
Thru Technology Needs Assessment (TNA), developing countries identify the climate technology they need, and then create the applications.
Carbon Capture and Storage technology are vital to us now as we find solutions and innovations to stop climate change from happening.
Concrete has been known to absorb CO2 for decades and the subject of many studies according to a Portland Cement Association (PCA) paper.
Indigenous peoples have always been viewed as victims of climate change rather than agents of environmental conservation and adaptation.
The successful renewable energy market trend in the US shows that consumers and investors are in favour of its use for a cleaner environment.