The long wet monsoon in Korea, causing floods and landslides, shows the seriousness of climate change and the need to build resilience to it.
The OECD report mentions that carbon pricing is an efficient tool to reduce carbon emissions because emitters pay for their emissions.
The Ministry of the Environment's report, "National Climate Change Risks Assessment," cites built environment as NZ's climate action priority.
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 Economist reports that oil giant companies are trying to sell their billion-dollar assets, cutting investments amid the worldwide plummeting oil prices.
This interesting article published on Bloomberg discusses the benefits of the COVID-19 to the environment and whether it has slowed down climate change.
This report outlines how the Member States are monitoring their implementation of the Sendai Framework that has seven targets and 38 indicators.
The Economist's short film explains the Carbon Cycle, how its equilibrium works, and how human activities became one of the causes of climate change.
Can financiers and hedge funds use their investments as leverage to make companies reduce their carbon emissions? The Economist article explains more.
The study, "Adaptation of interconnected infrastructures to climate change: A socio-technical systems perspective," examined literature on climate adaptation of infrastructures.