Dr. Mannakkara, other experts' views shown on Stuff's article "The Wellington Report 2019: Inaction on earthquake and climate change will have consequences"
Disaster-prone countries, Asia and Pacific countries facing climate change risks will find this book helpful in their post-disaster planning and strategies.
Glaciers, sea ice, and permafrost are melting faster than we thought. This blog cites several climate change articles. Climate adaptation is needed now!
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.
“Ensuring New Infrastructure is Climate-smart” by James Rydge, Michael Jacobs, and Ilmi Granoff is a working paper series on climate-smart infrastructure.
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 paper that the ADB published looks into the present situation in Asia and the Pacific as they come to grip with the effects of the changing climate.
Given that sea level is very likely to rise in large areas of Bangladesh and these areas are inhabited by millions of people, where will these people go? This question opens the video “30 Million” and we would like to invite you to watch the short movie and know the possible answer. Some features about...
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...