The NCCRA report showed NZ's most significant risks in 5 domains - natural environment, human, economy, and built environment, and governance.
The Ministry of the Environment's report, "National Climate Change Risks Assessment," cites built environment as NZ's climate action priority.
The climate change risk assessment finds 43 priority risks across five domains: natural environment, human, economy, built environment, and governance.
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 TRB circular contains climate adaptation information practitioners and researchers in state and local transportation agencies could use for planning.
The report contains a stocktake of climate adaptation done in the region focusing on five countries – Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
A big landslide was caught on video at Kråknes in Alta, in the north of Norway. Two studies discuss the relationship between climate change and landslides.
The newest generation of climate models known as CMIP6 that Australian researchers created predicts more intense droughts in Southern Australia regions.
The report, "Policy implications of deep decarbonization in the US" describes the economic and policy implications of deep decarbonisation in the US.
A climate change study predicts that 3 billion people will live in extreme heat by 2070, a climate deemed unsuitable for human life to flourish.