Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have yet again reached a new high. Vietnam is developing more renewable energy sources.
The solar power industry makes it the most preferred renewable energy source. Scaling it up will decarbonise more the electricity sector.
Human activity impacts the oceans. Climate change will shift shipping routes, affecting the mixture of marine and transported species.
Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) is gaining ground in fighting climate change, especially in developing and vulnerable countries.
The study improves our learning of the global gap between current and potential carbon storage on land and offers a framework for action.
The IPCC Sixth Assessment Report identifies plant-based and cultured meat as a transformative solution to halving emissions by 2030.
This post discusses the slow water approach and how cities and communities can better manage water with climate change and rapid urbanisation.
Maria Yzabell Angel Palma from the Philippines invented the Air Disc cooling system, which doesn't use CFC or refrigerants.
The Economist article features a growing global trend in climate litigation as communities feel the impacts of climate change.
Developments in risk science and approaches to resilience are crucial in addressing climate change risks and climate adaptation.
Wet-bulb temperatures are becoming an urgent concern as climate change makes heat waves more frequent and severe and harder to survive.
Do sea levels rise and the glaciers' melting due to climate change increase the frequency of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions?
The Philippines' CHR inquiry is the world's first corporate responsibility investigation for the climate crisis and will inspire litigations.
The Economist warns that we may increasingly see the worst possible worlds in which extreme weather and conflict combine and food shortages.
As climate and natural disaster events rise, cities and communities must build resilience through partnership. Know the selection criteria.
The Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction explores how structures worldwide evolve to address systemic risks better.
NZ government organisations put up "It’s time, Canterbury" to host reputable information and resources on climate change in the region.
The solution to water crises due to climate change and rising demands is found underground. Read the UN World Water Development Report 2022.