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As their resilience diminishes in vulnerable regions, the poor are forced to take a stand to fight for their survival – or flee
We don't yet have enough criteria or examples to fund transformational adaptation and put into practice
Climate campaigners could take some lessons from one of the activists behind the uber-viral KONY 2012 video
Vegetation probably has a larger effect on climate than previously thought, says CIFOR research
"A story well told can make a difference," says Jeff Skoll, who wants to use his film company to spread the word about social problems and possible solutions around the world
Air pollution forecasts and warnings need to be related more precisely to health impacts and targeted at vulnerable people
Nepal has begun assessing the potential harm and benefits of the compensation scheme for protecting forests
Investment in agricultural innovation could help avert a coming climate-induced food crisis
Some experts say adaptation has been watered down to fit aid agendas, and it's time for a transformation
As the bank refreshes its long-term strategies, this is the moment to bring climate change to the forefront of its investment agenda
India’s rural poverty, food insecurity and lack of coping mechanisms put it particularly at risk from climate impacts
In the past 50 years, dengue has spread from nine to over 100 countries, with 40 percent of the world now at risk
Progress mixed at new body's first meeting, with finance set to remain a sore point
We know what to do. Doing it just needs renewed political will, says a lead author of the latest IPCC climate report
If President Yudhoyono wants to make good on one of his most prominent pledges, to cut the country’s climate change emissions by up to 41 percent, now is the time to return the forests to those who can care for them best
When severe weather hits, a radio, mobile phone or radar weather warning can make all the difference
A new, free tool for assessing rural poverty aims to help chart the way forward
The report provides a picture of what the world will look like in the not-too-distant future should emissions continue unabated, and it’s not pretty
Officials in forest-rich developing countries are more concerned about their nation being treated fairly in international negotiations on REDD+ than about fairness within their own territory, research finds
Climate change increases disaster risk for millions of the world’s most vulnerable people and threatens livelihoods – how should we respond?