Glaciers, sea ice, and permafrost are melting faster than we thought. This blog cites several climate change articles. Climate adaptation is needed now!
It is important to not only know the climate change issue but also the possible concrete solutions that the people should do to adapt or mitigate.
Ice sheets and glaciers in Greenland are melting and receding, which results in sea-level rise. Know its impact on the land and people. Read the article.
Climate change events with cataclysmic proportion led some cities to design infrastructure with climate adaptation in mind. Read the solutions they've done.
Most climate change studies focus on land-based mitigation efforts. This research article looks into the ocean for climate change solutions. Are there any?
Singapore sees their country as a hot spot for the effects of rising sea-level. Read how Singapore is preparing for climate adaptation and mitigation.
This interesting article from "The Economist" shares enriching information on the effects of climate change around the world. Are we ready for its threats?
The Pacific Island states are the most vulnerable to climate change effects. NZ is committed to helping in their climate adaptation and mitigation thrusts.
The Climate Adaptation team connected with Asia Pacific Aid Programs Inc. (APAP), a Philippines-based international non-profit organisation.
In September, the University of Auckland hosted the 6th International Conference on Build Resilience. The conference brought together researchers, educators and industry practitioners from across the globe to explore resilience as a useful framework for analysis for how society can cope with the threat of natural and human-induced hazards. One of the highlights of the...