The WB article, “Low-carbon infrastructure: an essential solution to climate change,” explains the contribution of infrastructure to carbon emissions.
The article highlights the role of the infrastructure industry and construction to safeguard the environment; covers climate adaptation and mitigation.
The damage on the earth's climate and carbon cycle from human activity will take so much work for it to be reversed according to The Economist article.
The study examines the migration behaviour of rural residents in coastal Bangladesh, which is one of the most-climate stressed areas of the world.
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.
Two articles on climate resilience. The importance of resilient infrastructure to meet climate change extreme events and climate adaptation approaches.
As climate change will bring intense and extreme weather, like torrential rain causing more severe damages to residential properties, so will ECQ payout.
Researchers have put together the short guide, "How to Talk About Climate Change." It offers a framework to construct communication strategies.
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.