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Recent advances in science and technology have permitted a far more powerful response than would have been possible even a decade ago, when the last flu pandemic caused significant global disruption.
Financial Times
The CCHRC is designing for an uncertain future. “If we cannot predict what the climate is going to do, then all of our architecture should be adapted,” says Aaron Cooke, who leads the Sustainable Northern Communities Program at the CCHRC/NREL.
Seattle Times Company, The
Climate change, trade, and global food security
This report provides a first systematic, quantitative assessment of transboundary climate risks to trade in major agricultural commodities – maize, rice, wheat, soy, sugar cane, and coffee.
Stockholm Environment Institute
In the Philippines and most Southeast Asian countries, traditional disaster risk reduction measures aren’t holistic and sufficient to deal with the warming planet., Philippine Daily Inquirer
Born into the Climate Crisis- Why we must act now to secure children’s rights
This report quantifies the extent to which children will experience extreme weather events as a manifestation of climate change, the disparities between generations, and the widening inequality between high-income and low- and middle-income countries.
Save the Children UK
Children walking in flood
Children born over the past year[1] will on average face seven times more scorching heatwaves during their lives than their grandparents under original Paris Agreement emission reduction pledges.
Save the Children UK
The country now has a total of 111 facilities in its seismic network. These include 75 satellite-telemetered seismic stations; 29 staff-controlled seismic stations; and seven volcano observatories.
Philippines News Agency
China and the countries of the lower Mekong River are teaming up for their largest joint study yet of the impacts climate change and hydropower dams are having on one of Asia's great waterways.
Voice of America