Tag Archives: Adaptation

Preparing for the Unknown

  We have good reason to believe that the climate we have come to know is changing. The IPCC reports that “Warming of the climate system is unequivocal, and since the 1950s, many of the changes are unprecedented over decades … Continue reading

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UNFCCC Adaptation

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) provides a well written and concise summary on the topic of climate change adaption. The UNFCCC defines climate change adaptation as the processes, practices, and structures that countries must undertake in … Continue reading

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President Trump’s New Promise: The Erosion of America’s Global Leadership in Climate Change Action

“Continued participation in the Paris Agreement would be fundamentally unfair to American taxpayers. It would require the transfer of billions of their hard-earned dollars to other countries through the ‘Green Climate Fund.’” Truth-O-Meter rating: mostly false (contains an element of … Continue reading

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UNFCCC Adaptation

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has many different interesting and complex components but I chose to focus on the UNFCCC approach to adaptation because unlike all the other aspects of the convention, adaptation will happen regardless of … Continue reading

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