Latest news and research related to Climate Change
In Oklahoma, Whispers of Climate Change Action
Despite the growing impacts of climate change in the state, the leaders of Oklahoma still need to commit to fighting against global warming. Instead, they act in the shadows, leaving most of the climate fight heavy lifting to non-governmental organizations.
Demand for Creative Solutions in Georgia as Climate Change Costs Pile Up
As the reality of the rising sea level sets in, Georgia is counting the cost. Aware that failure to take action could wipe out wetlands, historic structures, and communities, the state’s leadership at various governance levels has been taking action.
South Florida Floods, Made Worse by Climate Change, Are Threatening the Property Market
While in theory, FEMA can buy out homes in vulnerable areas, the process is long and tedious, taking up to 5 years. In the case of Florida, FEMA would not have enough cash to buy up all the homes whose owners need to leave.
Your 8-Step Guide to Climate Risk Assessment
Some impacts of climate change will be extremely expansive. We will need to adapt our behavior to survive on this planet that will become very different from the centuries before. Climate risk assessment is crucial for our society to thrive in an uncertain future.