As climate change intensifies, Europe seeks local ways to adapt

Climate adaptation requires communities to plan ahead for the unavoidable changes coming our way not just immediately but decades from now. By  SARAH WILD In the freezing reaches of Greenland, fissures in the ice sheet mark the battle lines in the fight against climate change. Greenhouse gases (GHG) are driving up global temperatures, melting the ice … Read more

Ramping up renewables to power the clean future of inland shipping

Hydrogen and battery-powered barges, tugs, container ships and ferries for inland waterways will help lower emissions from shipping. By  MICHAEL ALLEN Compared to other industries, such as agriculture or energy, transport is the only sector with greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions higher now than in 1990. Sending out around 3% of the world’s GHG emissions, the maritime … Read more

Advanced forecasting to help millions on coasts and in cities cope with climate-change impacts

Climate adaptation requires communities to plan ahead for the unavoidable changes coming our way not just immediately but decades from now. By  SARAH WILD In the freezing reaches of Greenland, fissures in the ice sheet mark the battle lines in the fight against climate change. Greenhouse gases (GHG) are driving up global temperatures, melting the ice … Read more

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