The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s assessment report issues catastrophic warning if immediate climate action is not taken by governments across the globe.
Despite being frequent victims of climate-driven disasters, Indonesians are largely unaware of climate change and its impacts. Education, media attention, and conversations could be key to shifting those perceptions.
Sharah Yunihar Saputra
|March 3, 2023
Flooding in the region threatens hydropower projects and the safety of downstream populations.
A Fulbright scholar from the South Pacific shares the lessons she will bring home after a research fellowship with the Climate School’s Resilient Coastal Communities Project.
|January 20, 2023
Climate School experts help to explain this devastating weather and what it means in the broader conversation of climate change and disaster response.
At a time when flooding is overtaking many parts of the world, millions of people in Africa are going hungry when croplands, livestock and infrastructure are inundated. But the results are complicated.
Flooding is not uncommon for Pakistan, but the current crisis is simply unprecedented.
Hadia A. Sheerazi
|September 12, 2022
When different types of floods occur in close succession or simultaneously, the challenges to communities can be immense.
|August 16, 2022
Climate School experts explain the conditions contributing to heavy downpours that are displacing millions in Asia.
Dr Hultquist discusses fusing GIS with crowd-sourced and social data to uncover new insights and inform disaster preparedness and response.