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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Retooling New York for apocalyptic storms
Rising sea levels and increasingly erratic storm surges have New York weighing new and re-emerging ideas to improve resiliency.
Engaging indigenous peoples in global climate governance
Local knowledge and indigenous experience are crucial inputs for sound governance and climate change resilience.
Small islands, big food concerns
While imported food is bringing lifestyle diseases to many small islands, it has reduced hunger and may be necessary for climate change adaptation.
Solutions for those at risk in climate disasters
Insurance and risk reduction measures could reduce long-term adaptation costs and help those vulnerable to manage some of the impacts of climate change.
Thailand’s rice farmers adapt to climate change
Thailand's rice farmers are adapting to climate change in a variety of ways
US climate change legislation Q & A
The global recession, US mid-term elections and a weak deal at Copenhagen all play a part in the future of cap and trade.
Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival
The Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival will screen during COP15 at the National Museum of Denmark.
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