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Tag Archives: Climate policies

PUBLISHED ON 13 AUG 2018 Material impacts of climate change Climate change has emerged as a prominent threat to the financial sector and international economies. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI),...
This story was originally published on The World Bank website on 5 September, 2018 The Caribbean on the road to resilience One year after hurricanes Irma and Maria swept through the Caribbean, leaving a trail of devastation and turmoil, the calm seems to have returned to the region after the...
By Lin Taylor | and was published on the Thomson Reuters Foundation website: 30 August, 2018 For every one degree Celsius rise in average temperatures, insects will consume an extra 2.5 percent of the world's crops LONDON, Aug 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A warming planet will see larger...
by Adriano Campolina | ActionAid |  and was published on the Thomson Reuters Foundation website: Monday, 3 September 2018 Rich countries need to do their share - including on providing needed cash - at negotiations underway in Bangkok With prolonged drought and rising...
2019 RISK Award “Coastal resilience” – Call for proposals SOURCE(S):  MUNICH RE FOUNDATION DRM in the face of environmental changes, population growth and urban development Adaptation to environmental changes becomes more and more important. Also, because climate change is a...
Does your company offer solutions to extreme flood events?   InterFLOOD Asia is Asia's only event dedicated to managing and mitigating the risks of potentially disastrous flooding. ls your business geared up to meet the growing demand to address the impact of extreme...
The following Meteorology & Climate tweets are for anyone who has an interest in the Global Weather Enterprise and were kindly suggested by MetraWeather  Extreme weather (and other news) – Australia and Pacific Rising seas will displace millions of people – and Australia must ...
by Laurie Goering | Thomson Reuters Foundation Published: Wednesday, 20 June 2018 "This is a wake-up call" that action is needed now to deal with fast-approaching problems, says one urban expert CAPE TOWN, June 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the next 30 years, cities...
Published July 19, 2018 Fiscal Year 2018 sets record with $20.5 billion in finance for country-level climate action – full release WASHINGTON, July 19, 2018 – The World Bank Group announced today that in fiscal year 2018, 32.1 percent of its financing had climate co-benefits –...
Published 28 June, 2018 A new World Bank report, South Asia’s Hotspots, finds that average temperatures in the region have increased in the last sixty years and will continue rising. Eight hundred million South Asians are at risk to see their standards of living and incomes decline as rising...
Jonathan Eden, Coventry University The devastating floods in the Indian state of Kerala are a stark reminder of the vulnerability of the world’s most densely populated regions to weather and climate phenomena. In addition to the tragic loss of several hundred lives, widespread floods driven by...
The latest report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has reported that July 2018 was the fourth highest based on records going back to 1880. Key highlights from the report: The global land and ocean temperature departure from average for July 2018 was the fourth highest for ...
From deadly fires in California and Greece to droughts and flooding in Europe, Australia and Japan – it’s been a crazy time for weather & climate!
A new Malaysian lightning detection network brings benefits for public weather forecasting, worker safety and commercial operations impacted by lightning events. 27 June 2018 Kuala Lumpur Lightning is one of the most dangerous and frequently encountered weather hazards In Malaysia. It takes lives,...
By Megan Rowling | Thomson Reuters Foundation and was published on their website 14 February, 2018 Restrictions on water use in Cape Town are "going be a part of what we term the new normal", says one city councillor BARCELONA, Feb 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) -...
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