A new study now says there is 93 per cent chance that global warming will exceed 4°C by 2100, under the business-as-usual scenario, compared to the previous estimate of 62 per cent
Almost 14,000 archeological sites and national monuments in the United States could be lost by the year 2100 as seas rise due to climate change, scientists said on Wednesday.
Blockchain technology will be used for the first time this December in an attempt to protect Indonesia’s rainforests and prevent the peatland haze fires that blight the region on a regular basis.
Climate finance, while efficient in sectors such as renewable energy, is not effective in protecting increasingly threatened forests or the rights of their inhabitants, a new report shows.
Floods in Cambodia in 2011 and 2013 killed more than 400 people, displaced tens of thousands, and destroyed crops, livestock and homes.
Cambodia has been ranked among the most vulnerable countries in the region to climate change. In recent years, the Kingdom has been hit by prolonged droughts, floods and heat waves.
Now that China has shut its borders to international recycling imports, it could be time for countries to take responsibility for their own trash, said experts at a recent waste management event in
Roads can be arteries that ferry goods and people, connect communities and markets and bolster economic development.
For more than a century, agroforests in the Sumatran port town of Krui used to be a prime example of how interspersing native tree species among crops could give locals an economic alternative to t
The report says that while coal has supplied nearly half of the progress from 2000 to date, its role is set to decline “dramatically”.
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