The MIT Technology Review article discussed the infrastructure issues that the United States is facing to withstand climate change. Building is imperative!
The study proposes a bottom-up approach, starting at the community level, for a more successful climate adaptation and mitigation program implementation.
The research presents an understanding of the cascading nature of climate change; a good resource for designing and planning climate adaptation actions.
Two articles on climate resilience. The importance of resilient infrastructure to meet climate change extreme events and climate adaptation approaches.
The study shows that the large-scale implementation of renewable energy sources can reduce pollution and environmental impacts of electricity production.
Viable climate-water adaptation solutions to meet the USA's future electric generation include trade-offs that prefer renewable-based power generation.
In this study, computer modelling was used to explore the dynamics of biophysical and socio-economic process of Kimberly marine system to the year 2050.
The study reviewed the main climate change hazards urban residents face, how it can amplify impacts on social, ecological, and technical component cities.
This study looks into the impact of climate change on the operational and structural performance of infrastructures such as roads, bridges, and buildings.
Leonie Wenz, et al, examine the north to south polarization of European countries electricity consumption under future climate-induced warming.