A report on using best practices in designing climate-resilient infrastructure against extreme climate events, like typhoons and El Niño in the Philippines.
The Pacific Climate Change Centre is a partnership between the governments of Japan and Samoa that the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) funded.
The study examined the impacts of climate change on rice production and growth under projected temperature rise and increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere.
The report, "Policy implications of deep decarbonization in the US" describes the economic and policy implications of deep decarbonisation in the US.
The study proposes a bottom-up approach, starting at the community level, for a more successful climate adaptation and mitigation program implementation.
The study examines the migration behaviour of rural residents in coastal Bangladesh, which is one of the most-climate stressed areas of the world.
The research presents an understanding of the cascading nature of climate change; a good resource for designing and planning climate adaptation actions.
Climate adaptation demands systems-level thinking and transformational change. Holistic thinking pushes society to act together rather than as individuals.
Two articles on climate resilience. The importance of resilient infrastructure to meet climate change extreme events and climate adaptation approaches.
Viable climate-water adaptation solutions to meet the USA's future electric generation include trade-offs that prefer renewable-based power generation.