The Māori has a vested interest in protecting their land, assets, and people against the impacts of climate change.
Sanitation authorities need to prepare for climate change impacts from sea-level rise and coastal erosions aside from regular issues.
Scientists warn that climate change increases the chances of fatal heat waves. Large parts of society still do not treat heat as a threat.
How can the built environment, the existing structures, contribute to the global decarbonisation goals and the path to net-zero emissions?
Introducing sustainability-linked loans will incentivize businesses to reduce their carbon emissions and drive climate-friendly practices.
Indigenous peoples have always been viewed as victims of climate change rather than agents of environmental conservation and adaptation.
Bangladesh, a calamity-vulnerable country, is prioritising climate adaptation and mitigation projects with the help of the World Bank.
The climate change risk assessment finds 43 priority risks across five domains: natural environment, human, economy, built environment, and governance.
The Economist magazine reports a worrying trend in Brazil currently. Deforestation is happening because of aggressive deregulation, and lagging enforcement.
The report, "Policy implications of deep decarbonization in the US" describes the economic and policy implications of deep decarbonisation in the US.