Building resilience against climate change extreme events is vital to prevent any setbacks or disruptions in work, schools, markets, and primary businesses.
Investing in resilient infrastructure is less costly than not doing anything. As the study, reveals it results in fewer disruptions that affect the economy.
The study of Koks, et al. analysed the risks of multiple natural hazards on roads & rail infrastructure. Climate adaptation solutions needed to mitigate these risks.
Extreme weather events that the US suffered such as Hurricane Sandy, Snowvember, and the historic flooding along Lake Ontario, causing several billions of dollars’ worth of losses have motivated Nicolas Rajkovich to develop climate-resilient buildings. Knowing that extreme climate events will increase in frequency, intensity, and duration, Rajkovich leads a laboratory that studies climate change...
Climate adaptation solution through carbon capture technology looks promising. Know what is it and why prominent companies are supporting it.
This interesting video discusses why tree planting may not be the ‘panacea’ for climate change, particularly when planting only one species of tree.
Countries vulnerable to climate change and disaster will find the FRDP document useful in strengthening their climate adaptation and resilience program.
New Zealand has enacted the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon Act). Nelson City appoints Climate Change champion to hasten the council's climate actions.
Nature-based solutions like rain forest ecosystems, which are rich in biodiversity, can be a vital climate adaptation and mitigation strategy.
The Community Development Innovation Review offers many information and strategies to address climate change risk of low to moderate-income communities.