Children are the most vulnerable in every crisis, and climate change is no exception. But children deserve more than protection – they need tools to be the agents of change
In Viet Nam’s Mekong Delta, climate change effects such as saltwater intrusion are increasingly devastating crops and livelihoods. To help people adapt, we need innovative, collaborative action between communities, governments and agencies
With the right support, vulnerable communities can adapt to the escalating effects of climate change. We must do more – now – to help them
China’s efforts in curbing the march of the Gobi could show how the rest of the world might tackle desertification
Hurricanes have taught Americans hard lessons about safeguarding communities before, during and after an extreme weather event. What can the rest of the world learn from the US experience?
There are many reasons why people continue to risk their lives in perilous journeys across the Mediterranean, despite the rising death toll. Environmental factors are significantly contributing to the crisis
According to the World Bank, climate change could displace some 150 million people by 2050. While many governments have sought to close their borders, the Sicilian capital has welcomed migrants, with inspiring results