Climate change blogs
25 April 2013
Misperceptions of the drylands as barren and empty are leading to their mismanagement. An IIED mapping project aims to create a clearer picture of their value to pastoralists.
24 April 2013
Missed our live blog and web cast? Here are some highlights from the third day of the 7th Community-based adaptation conference. We look forward to hearing from you tomorrow on the live blog of the fourth day of the conference.
23 April 2013
Highlights from the second day of the conference on community-based adaptation to climate change (CBA7) in Bangladesh.
23 April 2013
People won’t become more resilient to the impacts of climate change unless the underlying causes of their vulnerability are analysed and addressed.
22 April 2013
Here are some highlights from today's 7th conference on community-based adaptation to climate change (CBA7). We look forward to hearing from you tomorrow on the live blog of the second day of the conference.
19 April 2013
The poorest communities (and poorest countries) are leading the world in learning about and practising adaptation to climate change. The rich would do well to learn from them.
9 April 2013
Read highlights from a fast-moving live online chat on how the poorest and most vulnerable can act to adapt to climate change.
4 April 2013
Many Latin American countries are showing how the pursuit of low-carbon strategies can create ‘win-win’ scenarios for economic growth and forest protection.
28 March 2013
When floods hit a city, usually low-income groups are hit hardest. The devastation that such disasters cause can be linked to the failure of city governments to manage growth and build infrastructure.
25 March 2013
Despite the challenges, Ethiopia hopes to capitalise on its current economic growth by becoming more resilient to the impacts of climate change while developing its economy in a carbon neutral way.