IPCC Report Sounds Alarm Bell for Asia’s Mountains
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
For the first time in 27 years, an entire chapter of the IPCC report focuses on global warming’s impact on mountains.
‘Crisis’: Climate Panel Highlights Devastation of Great Barrier Reef
By Kristen Gelineau
Mass bleaching events have decimated the Great Barrier Reef and will continue to wreak havoc, according to the latest IPCC report.
What Does National Security Mean in a +2 Celsius World?
By Jacob Parakilas
The new U.N. climate report confirms that significantly higher global temperatures are now a near-term certainty. National security planning needs to take a warmer, less stable world into account.
Climate Change Comes to the Philippines
With recent typhoons battering the area and Manila being named the second most vulnerable city to climate change, risk reduction is the key.