CI’s Greg Stone gives a firsthand account of storm damage in the island nation — and explains why it’s a harbinger of things to come.
The bigger the role indigenous peoples have in global climate change negotiations, the better off we all may be.
As climate change negotiators gather in Peru, tropical forest protection must be on the agenda.
Our recent study aimed to determine the threat climate change poses to the city’s more than 8 million residents.
One species fishing villages depend on the most is not a fish, but a tree.
Vital Signs data will help Tanzania’s people, crops and ecosystems stay healthy and productive in the face of various threats.
For years, climate scientists ignored small patches of vegetation — yet they held a big secret.
The impacts of climate change on smallholders will likely have enormous consequences for all of us.
Climate change isn’t happening in the distant future in a faraway place. It’s us. It’s now.
We are already living in the age of adaptation — and protecting nature may be the easiest way to do it.