COP27 launched the climate adaptation agenda to help the most vulnerable countries impacted by the high risks and threats of climate change.
The 2nd edition of the IPCC AR6 Working Group II report – Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, has a chapter on New Zealand and Australia.
Living in this new environment should not cause despair but hope through climate adaptation using many tools and solutions available.
The Adaptation Gap Report 2022 urges an increase in funding and implementation of climate adaptation actions to help vulnerable countries.
UNEP's Emissions Gap Report 2022 shows that since last year's COP26, the countries' national pledges (NDCs) have made a "negligible difference".
UN report says that the countries' climate action plans remain insufficient to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
The National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process is a meaningful way that countries can build their resilience to climate change impacts.
Climate change impacts fall heavily on the world’s poorest. Thus, a multi-dimensional vulnerability index is needed for climate adaptation.
The Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction explores how structures worldwide evolve to address systemic risks better.
The solution to water crises due to climate change and rising demands is found underground. Read the UN World Water Development Report 2022.