Discover how Seychelles' seagrass meadows could help mitigate climate change, capturing carbon 35 times faster than rainforests.
Tag: nature-based solutions to climate change
Traditional climate adaptation strategies are not sufficient. New approaches that combine technology and nature-based solution are needed.
Scientists use advanced computers global satellite data that goes back decades to quantify the forests' carbon sequestration figures.
Climate change threatens Southeast Asian countries. A study features climate resilience suggestions for vulnerable countries.
Prof Kongjian Yu, after graduating from Harvard Univ. came back to China to create and design a "sponge city," an ecologically-based adaptation to flooding.
Traditional approach to water and flood management treats water as a "problem" and so, engineer-led. A new approach sees water as a potential opportunity.
This article cites Peru's ancient water irrigation practices as a blue-green infrastructure climate adaptation model for water scarcity and climate change.