Latest Adaptation to global warming Stories
Scientists exploring the speed and scope of climate change have often looked at flora and fauna in a particular region as a major indicator.
As our climate changes, the way we engineer our cities must, too.
New research has come up with ways to quickly assess flood damage to houses while also showing most people didn't intend to make changes to reduce their vulnerability after the 2010-11 floods in Australia.
Increasingly frequent extreme weather events such as droughts, floods, severe storms, and heat waves have focused the attention of climate scientists on the connections between greenhouse warming and extreme weather.
Many bird species are likely to suffer from future climate change, a new study led by Durham University and BirdLife International reveals.
Already nowadays ten per cent or more of the population in the Metropolitan Region of Santiago de Chile is affected by extreme heat or floods.
Because of global warming, heat waves will become harsher and intense rainstorms will become more common in the US Midwest over the next couple of decades, claims a new report released by the federal government last week.
The insurance industry, the world's largest business with $4.6 trillion in revenues, is making larger efforts to manage climate change-related risks.
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