The Philippines' CHR inquiry is the world's first corporate responsibility investigation for the climate crisis and will inspire litigations.
Climate Adaptation Plans of Major US Federal Agencies Revealed
The United States announced that more than 20 of its major federal agencies had released their climate adaptation plans.
Climate Change Response of Indigenous People
A report that the Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals published features how Indigenous Nations respond to climate change.
Recognising Women Leadership in Disaster Risk Reduction
The Women's International Network on Disaster Reduction will award two women for exemplary leadership role in disaster risk reduction.
Climate Adaptation Strategy of New Zealand’s Department of Conservation
The Department of Conservation developed the Climate Adaptation Plan to inform, prepare, and guide NZ's response to climate change impacts.
Climate Advocates Discuss the IPCC 6th Assessment Report’s Impact on NZ
New Zealand pundits, climate scientists and advocates discuss the IPCC AR6 content, focusing on the climate change's impacts on the country.
IPCC AR6 Reports Pacific Islands and Other Countries Risks Disappearing
The IPCC AR6 mentions that climate change affects the Pacific Islands and other countries due to sea-level rise and extreme climate events.
IPCC 6th Assessment Report Calls for Urgent Action to Reduce Emissions
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released The "AR6 Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis" on 9th August 2021.
Decolonising Research for Transformative Climate Adaptation
Indigenous-led research can be a powerful avenue where indigenous communities can influence and lead climate adaptation in their communities.
What ExxonMobil’s Taking Two “Green Directors” Means for Climate Change
Why is this report so significant, and most importantly, can these two "green directors" steer the giant oil company into a greener path?