India's climate adaptation case studies show that communities and industries can take climate actions to reduce the impacts of climate change.
Low impact development and green infrastructure are good options for sustainable climate adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change.
Extreme weather events like the heatwaves in Siberia and flooding in China are examples of what climate scientists call observed climate changes and trends.
The Economist reports that oil giant companies are trying to sell their billion-dollar assets, cutting investments amid the worldwide plummeting oil prices.
An interesting paper on the Academia website discusses the challenges that India faces in designing and implementing climate adaptation plans.
This interesting article published on Bloomberg discusses the benefits of the COVID-19 to the environment and whether it has slowed down climate change.
Can financiers and hedge funds use their investments as leverage to make companies reduce their carbon emissions? The Economist article explains more.
Prof Kongjian Yu, after graduating from Harvard Univ. came back to China to create and design a "sponge city," an ecologically-based adaptation to flooding.
The UN article says that transport industry experts agreed that adapting infrastructure to extreme weather events due to climate change is a high priority.
The Economist magazine reports a worrying trend in Brazil currently. Deforestation is happening because of aggressive deregulation, and lagging enforcement.