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Pricing invaluable coral reefs to raise awareness about climate change impacts
Latest News
Transforming climate science into services: Create value instead of pushing concepts
Webinar: Mining and climate change adaptation - the Canadian experience
Oil, Gas & Extractives
Air conditioning could wreck climate targets unless new technologies emerge
Supply chains gain competitive advantages by becoming more climate resilient
Retail & Supply Chains
Video: Engineering around extreme events
Vietnam's 3 billion dollar coffee industry threatened by climate change
Agribusiness & Forestry
Banks worth $7 trillion pledge to calculate costs of climate risks
Financial Services
On the front lines: Climate change's complex relationship with conflict
Defence & Security
Setting India's cities on the road to resilience
Government & Policy
Transformative adaptation: Promoting migration as adaptation strategy
International Development
April on the Acclimatise Network: Any port in a storm? Climate change adaptation and ports
Transport & Communications
Is warming behind India's depleting groundwater?
Water & Sanitation
WHO releases ‘Atlas of health and climate change’
Health & Pharmaceuticals
Climate change in the Alps: Threatening winter tourism and boosting summer tourism