The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s assessment report issues catastrophic warning if immediate climate action is not taken by governments across the globe.
A new tool is helping national meteorological services and regional climate centers across Africa harness real-time weather data for decision-making in agriculture.
Amanda Grossi and Francesco Fiondella
|February 6, 2023
With a $1.5 million grant from FEMA, Columbia Climate School’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness will create and deliver trainings on climate resilience with a focus on equity for state, local, tribal, and territorial emergency managers.
States have already filed at least 39 bills related to disaster resilience. Here, a closer look at what they focus on.
|January 11, 2023
Balkaran is helping communities in the Caribbean to develop disaster preparedness plans that focus on some of their most vulnerable residents: children.
Unprecedented federal funding to fix PR’s electric system has the potential to save lives and build resilience by investing in distributed solar power. Yet so far it appears to be business as usual.
|March 7, 2022
Given the essential role of the power grid, electric utilities are in a unique position to lead disaster mitigation and preparedness.
Qëndresa Krasniqi, Ryan Burg, Renée Skeete and Jackie Ratner
|October 8, 2021
New models project number of migrants within countries of six regions of the world to be up to 216 million by 2050.
From June 22 to 25, the Managed Retreat conference will examine the thorny questions around relocating homes and communities away from growing threats.
A recent conversation focused on three coastlines where Indigenous and Black communities are caught between rising seas and societal and development threats on land.