Combating the threats of human-induced global warming requires more than reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Equally important are adaptation changes that reduce society's vulnerability to climate change.
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Policies should be designed to support internal movements as a form of adaptation to climate change, write Dominic Kniveton and Max Martin.
Journalists can help the developed world take responsibility for climate change by making it relevant to readers' lives, says David Dickson.
Scientists can help advance policies to promote agricultural practices that can reduce emissions and boost yields.
24 January 2012
Helping the world's poorest communities adapt to climate change threats is a major ethical concern as well as a practical one, says a UN body.
30 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.