Action driven by science, policy, engineering and planning could future-proof the Garden State.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
A Jordanian farmer observes his vegetable garden
This year’s edition of the Stories of Resilience: Lessons from Local Adaptation Practice focuses on the ways local communities innovate to use the materials closest to hand and contribute to creating greater resilience for people and nature
Global Center on Adaptation
Climate and Development Knowledge Network
Climate disasters are now costing the United States US$150 billion per year, and the economic harm is rising.
Conversation Media Group, the
A Senegalese woman harvests crop from her farm
With support from the Jamaica Red Cross (JRC), Knockpatrick now uses solar-powered pumps to help harvest and store water for its greenhouse and farm.
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
A new report from the UN Environment Programme, UNOPS and the University of Oxford highlights the contributions of nature-based infrastructure solutions to sustainable development, climate action and biodiversity.
United Nations Environment Programme
United Nations Office for Project Services
Oxford University Press
Global failure to mitigate and adapt to the impacts of the climate crisis is causing massive losses and costly damages to the lives, livelihoods and futures of communities worldwide, with the costs borne principally by vulnerable households.
Flood Resilience Portal
Extreme weather seasons are putting Australia’s energy systems more at risk of sabotage, the government’s annual Climate Change Statement warns.
Conversation Media Group, the
A refuge isn’t something nature hands us, but something we have to build ourselves.
Yale Climate Connections
A team of villagers construct a well in Jos East, Plateau State, Nigeria
In recent years, Kenya has faced a series of severe and frequent climate-related disasters. Research commissioned by Start Network and Welthungerhilfe set out to understand the financial flows for disaster risk financing in Kenya.
Anticipation Hub
Volcano in the background of a city
Scientists have little understanding of where magma is stored along the Cascade Volcanic Arc or how its volcanoes could affect population centers.
Eos - AGU

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