This report provides an introduction to public engagement on climate change adaptation. Public engagement is critical to the long-term success of efforts to build climate resilience through national adaptation plan (NAP) processes.
A downward counterfactual is a thought about the past where things turned for the worse. Most thoughts about the past are upward, how things might have been better – but cat modelers need to consider downward counterfactuals.
InSAR paints a dynamic picture of land deformation over time by detecting minuscule ground displacements on a millimeter scale. This is especially useful in South Asia, with its rugged landscapes and rapid development in hills and mountains.
Regarding the U.S. Southwest drought, a new study reveals that in the best-case scenario, conditions could ease a bit in coming years, but with climate change, will never return to their pre-2000 state.
Private, public, and intergovernmental stakeholders ask how can we ensure that good practices, lessons learned, and challenges are captured to improve and prepare for the next inevitable response in Türkiye, or elsewhere in the world?