Tesfamariam Tekeste helps farmers reduce their vulnerability to climate change. She tells us about her work, as well as some hard truths about why those vulnerabilities exist in the first place.
climate prediction and adaptation Archives - State of the Planet
A dendrochronologist explains how tree rings can teach us about our past, present, and future.
An interview with Ben Orlove, lead author on the report’s chapter on decision-making around climate adaptation.
A printed book supplemented by electronic slides and a webinar series will present authoritative lectures from a wide variety of scientists across the world.
Lisa Goddard, longtime director of the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, has died.
When drainage infrastructure isn’t maintained, even modest rainfall events can cause dangerous flooding.
Natural hazards expert Chiara Lepore explains some of the factors that contributed to making the outbreak uncommonly dangerous.
Understanding how people will respond to climate dangers depends not only on top-down data, but also on bottom-up community engagement.
From June 22 to 25, the Managed Retreat conference will examine the thorny questions around relocating homes and communities away from growing threats.
The Accelerating the Impact of CGIAR Climate Research for Africa project will help farmers anticipate and prepare for destructive climate-related events.