A new agreement will help coastal communities protect themselves against the waves.
An agreement signed at the climate talks in Paris will help restore vital coastal ecosystems — and stave off stronger storms.
In coastal Philippines, local people are discovering that by protecting nature, they can protect themselves.
Villages can’t hold back rising seas on their own. They need nature’s help.
One everyday object’s complicated relationship with climate change.
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, first woman and the first person from a developing country to serve as the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, has big plans for the next three years to give indigenous peoples a voice.
This global map shows where marine biodiversity is most threatened by human activities.
I jumped at the chance to visit Silonay, a coastal community thought to be especially vulnerable to climate change.
Restoring ecosystems could help buffer communities from storms like Typhoon Haiyan.
Thousands are dead and millions of lives were changed forever when the devastating storm struck the Philippines. As the world negotiates a climate treaty, the director of CI’s Philippines program asks if we’re acting fast enough.