Limited resources and capacity means the world's least developed countries are also the most vulnerable to climate change impacts like extreme weather, land degradation and disease.
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Results-based carbon financing shows the way forward for involving the private sector in development, says ClimateCare's Edward Hanrahan.
12 April 2013
Better navigation and surveillance can help to prevent ships from damaging coral reefs and the need for expensive restoration, says Crispin Maslog.
27 February 2013
Careful assessment and policies on genetically modified crops could contribute to agricultural development and food security.
21 June 2012
Source: Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST)
The tsunami that hit the Chilean coast in 2010 left behind a ‘natural laboratory’ for studying the impact of sea level rise due to climate change, a study says.
1 May 2013
The science of community-based adaptation is just emerging, and a new network will aim to share and scale up knowledge.
29 April 2013
Reporting on climate change is an important but challenging task. James Fahn explains how to make your stories both accurate and engaging.