Listen to a live panel discussion from New Orleans about how we can gather and invest in practical and effective ideas for building natural infrastructure into our coastal protection plans.
Posts Tagged ‘climate adaptation’
The final post from the First Stewards symposium held in Washington, D.C. last week shares insights learned by the symposium’s official witnesses whose goal it is to ensure the learnings from the symposium will be carried forward.
In the News is a Planet Change selection of the latest news on climate change, nature, our environment and the impacts of a changing planet. Continue reading to delve into all that we find interesting this week and to count down the top 20 cities with billions at risk from climate change (in U.S. #19 Virginia Beach, #12 New Orleans, #3 New York City and Newark and #1 Miami).
Frank Lowenstein, The Nature Conservancy’s climate adaptation strategy leader, discusses how people are preparing for a changing planet – from drought and wildfires to rising seas – on Public Radio International’s Living on Earth. Check out the full interview.
Much of the media attention has focused on the high-level talks in closed-door meetings at the United Nations climate summit, but these annual conventions also serve to mobilize people, enabling networking, the exchange of creative ideas, and the search for symbols to inspire the challenging work that lies ahead for all nations in response to climate change.
Places with diverse plants and animals may be important to protect as arenas for nature’s game to play out.
People around the world are already living with climate change and its disruptions to daily life – new films share their voices.