Climate change impacts not only infrastructure, agriculture, food production, oceans, ecosystems but also public health. Climate adaptation is needed!
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 road and rail infrastructure. Climate adaptation solutions needed to mitigate these risks.
Climate adaptation programs that restore and/or protect agriculture, farming, water sources can help alleviate the situation and thus, promote peace.
Is there a link between climate change and violent conflicts in Syria and Africa? Is addressing climate change help in the peace-building efforts?
A list of Climate Change Conferences to look forward to attending in 2020, happening in countries like Switzerland, Scotland, Canada, India, and Japan.
It is important to review the NDCs of each country to know whether their policies or plans to curb carbon emissions are enough to make a significant dent in reducing the amount of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere.
Climate change, El Niño, and La Niña phenomena are related, studies say. We must be guided in our climate adaptation and/or mitigation strategies.
Southeast Asia businesses and the private sector should learn from this report so they could implement climate change adaptation and mitigation actions.