Opinions archive results 1-20 of 68 in Climate Change & Energy and Climate change impacts
Results-based carbon financing shows the way forward for involving the private sector in development, says ClimateCare's Edward Hanrahan.
OPINION | 12 April 2013 | EN
Policies should be designed to support internal movements as a form of adaptation to climate change, write Dominic Kniveton and Max Martin.
Climate Innovation Centers can promote clean technologies but need backing with a coordinated effort, says policy specialist Ambuj Sagar.
Developing countries deserve more support for their efforts to prioritise climate change in development, writes climate expert Simon Anderson.
The world's food security depends on the quality of the forward-looking agricultural studies we are carrying out today, says Mark Holderness.
Earthquake science was not on trial in Italy — it was about inadequate information and participation in decision-making, says Carina Fearnley.
We need to understand why some people act on early warnings while others ignore them, says disaster preparedness specialist Sudhir Kumar.
We need to know more about how smallholder agroforestry can help farmers adapt to climate change, write James Roshetko and Rodel Lasco.
Using the human rights framework to tackle challenging ethical questions can guide climate policy, argues political philosopher Simon Caney.
There are five key principles to ensuring that post-MDG development meets the needs of low-income populations, argues David Satterthwaite.
A collaborative project in Ethiopia that has created climate data and tools can be applied in much of Africa, says climate scientist Tufa Dinku.
OPINION | 1 August 2012 | EN
Fruitful dialogue in Africa shows the gap between climate scientists and decision makers can be bridged, says adaptation specialist Arame Tall.
Forecast to be underwater by 2050, the Pacific island states must plan for climate adaptation, with global support, urges Crispin Maslog.
OPINION | 31 May 2012 | EN
Rio+20 must launch SDGs to guide countries through complex development challenges, argues Colombian ministry official Paula Caballero Gómez.
Conflicts over shared water resources could be mitigated through science-based environmental cooperation, argue Saleem Ali and Pamela Griffin.
OPINION | 23 May 2012 | EN
Pakistan urgently needs to refine its crop yield forecasting and estimation system to improve food production, says Ibrar ul Hassan Akhtar.
OPINION | 16 May 2012 | EN
Durable food security and agricultural growth depend on development strategies with resilience built in from the start, says Gordon Conway.
OPINION | 21 March 2012 | EN
Feeding South-East Asia's rapidly growing population requires a second Green Revolution, says Crispin Maslog.
Peter Messerli and colleagues argue that reforms in agricultural policy will be needed to build green economies in the developing world.
OPINION | 21 February 2012 | EN