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Tag Archives: Low carbon

This story was originally published on The World Bank website on 5 September, 2018 The Caribbean on the road to resilience One year after hurricanes Irma and Maria swept through the Caribbean, leaving a trail of devastation and turmoil, the calm seems to have returned to the region after the...
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by Adriano Campolina | ActionAid |  and was published on the Thomson Reuters Foundation website: Monday, 3 September 2018 Rich countries need to do their share - including on providing needed cash - at negotiations underway in Bangkok With prolonged drought and rising...
2019 RISK Award “Coastal resilience” – Call for proposals SOURCE(S):  MUNICH RE FOUNDATION DRM in the face of environmental changes, population growth and urban development Adaptation to environmental changes becomes more and more important. Also, because climate change is a...
Published 28 June, 2018 A new World Bank report, South Asia’s Hotspots, finds that average temperatures in the region have increased in the last sixty years and will continue rising. Eight hundred million South Asians are at risk to see their standards of living and incomes decline as rising...
Credit Francisco Anzola/Flickr By Lin Taylor | Thomson Reuters Foundation and was published on their website 17 November, 2017 "We want to get ahead of this before it turns into a real problem," said climate minister James Shaw, leader of New Zealand's Green...
Credit:  IIP Photo Archive / Flickr Comments signal a shift in tone from Trump administration, which angered allies with decision to pull out of the agreement By Lucia Mutikani, This article was published on the Thompsons Rueters Foundation website on 17 September,...
Creidt: St Marks flooded, Dangrey / flickr Climate change is shifting the timing of river flooding across Europe, with parts of the continent experiencing flooding several weeks earlier or later than they did 50 years ago. By DAISY DUNNE and published on the CarbonBrief website 10 August, 2017 That ...
Reporting on the State of the Climate in 2016 – led by NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information A new State of the Climate report confirmed that 2016 surpassed 2015 as the warmest year in 137 years of recordkeeping.  Major indicators of climate change continued to...
Photo by Michael on Unsplash A report produced by The Climate Council of Australia which was published on their website 19 July, 2017 and was authored by Petra Stock, Martin Rice, Lesley Hughes, Will Steffen, Alix Pearce, Karen Hussey and Tim Flannery In Australia, local councils and...
An article written by ALZBETA KLEIN who is the Director, IFC Climate Business at the International Finance Corporation that appeared on the World Bank Group website 27 July, 2017 Just ask the investors: businesses in emerging markets can no longer afford to ignore the risks posed by the...
Photo by Bagus Ghufron on Unsplash "If we're going to be building $78 trillion of infrastructure, let's build it better and smarter and in a more resilient way" By Sophie Hares – full article  Published on 25 Jul 2017 by Thomson Reuters...
Asia's flood, hydrology and disaster management show ​Population growth and rapid urbanisation could put 1.3 billion people and more than $150 trillion in assets at risk from river and coastal floods by 2050, with Asia as the most exposed region. World Bank report. InterFLOOD Asia 2018,...
REPORT PUBLISHED 20 JUNE, 2017 by The National Centre for Climate Restoration (Breakthrough) is an independent think tank that develops critical thought leadership to influence the national climate debate and policy making.  Breakthrough’s mission is to develop and promote strategy...
Two-thirds of cities experiencing relative economic decline face above average flood disadvantage according to new research by Sayers and Partners for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. The report, Present and future flood vulnerability, risk and disadvantage: A UK assessment highlights how flood risks...
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