The University of Washington’s Climate Impacts Group and nine partner organisations launch the Northwest Climate Resilience Collaborative.
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How Asia and the Pacific Can Build Resilience
Disaster management and preparation in the Asia-Pacific significantly reduced fatalities and losses from natural and biological disasters.
The Importance of Scaling Up Locally-led Climate Adaptation
Know the value of locally-led climate adaptation actions, their implications on local communities empowerment in making adaptation efforts.
Climate Change and Recent Extreme Events
We have experienced extreme climate events worldwide in mid-2021. Climate scientists predict more to come. Does climate change have a role?
Severe Flooding Hits NZ and European Countries
In less than two months apart, torrential rains swept across the country and brought with it record floods that devastated properties.
Engaging the Disadvantaged Youth in Climate Adaptation Planning
In a study published in April 2021, Davis and Hügel explored the extent of participation in climate adaptation planning of disadvantaged youth in Ireland.
Vertical Forest for Future Cities
Vertical forests are high rise buildings that incorporate trees and plants in urban design, which Italian architect Stefano Boeri pioneered.
Climate Change Effects, Jet Stream and Extreme Weather Link Revealed
International scientists have found a connection between these extreme weather events and the impacts of climate change on the jet stream.
Climate Change Inclusion in NZ Councils’ Long Term Plans
Local councils in New Zealand have recognised climate change is a “significant future issue” that must be reflected in their long term plans.
New Zealand Coastal Society Webinar Series
New Zealand Coastal Society (NZCS) has collated a range of exciting presentation topics covering contemporary New Zealand coastal issues.