Adaptation has slipped off the political agenda – but there is much to do, and here in the UK we have the expertise to make homes and businesses climate resilient.
Nuin-Tara Key’s experiences working on adaptation at a community level showed how important local cultural and environmental knowledge can be.
Posted 27 January 2015
What progress have we made on adaptation M&E and which gaps remain? Timo Leiter from Adaptation Community.net reports from the November conference in Washington D.C.
Posted 1 December 2014
Is humanity safe from the perils of climate change? Almost, says guest writer Rohan Hamden.
Posted 29 September 2014
The ASC report criticises some infrastructure sectors’ adaptation efforts – but it’s interdependencies that are vital.
Posted 9 July 2014
The ripple effect of infrastructure failure can go much further than you think, as a series of workshops have discovered.
Posted 30 June 2014
Involving communities in flood protection design is essential, but do vulnerable and disadvantaged groups have their say?
Posted 18 February 2014
We need a stronger integration of adaptation solutions that includes our knowledge of how individuals and communities embrace new systems, technologies and social norms.
Posted 5 December 2013
“Any fool can know. The point is to understand” – how much do we know and how much do we understand when it comes to climate change adaptation?
Posted 6 November 2013
Terms such as ‘transformative’, ‘transformational’, ‘transformability’ and ‘transition’ are becoming more frequently used in the context of adaptation. What do they mean, and how do they relate to incremental strategies?