A cement plant in New Zealand uses car tyres to fuel its kilns, aiming to reduce coal use by 15%, iron sand use, and carbon emissions.
The study examines the disruptive effects of climate adaptation on infrastructures, particularly in the San Francisco Bay Area.
This is CAP’s first webinar in the Climate Change Adaptation Roadshow series featuring research of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Auckland.
To help businesses comply with the govt’s mandatory climate-related financial disclosure, the Climate Intelligence Platform is being proposed.
Using flexible infrastructure planning, developing countries like Kenya can adapt their infrastructures to climate change as one study shows.
Japan’s 100-page national climate adaptation plan provides details on how the country will address the challenges of climate change.
The climate change risk assessment finds 43 priority risks across five domains: natural environment, human, economy, built environment, and governance.
The study shows that climate change will affect infrastructure but mitigation efforts and proactive climate adaptation could lessen these damages.
A free online course on powering green investments examines investment in renewable energy and renewable energy policies. Other courses are also available.
The study examines the use of green spaces as solutions to mitigate urban heat island effect (UHI) and as a climate adaptation measure to climate change.