The Ministry of Law and Justice on August 08, 2022, with the President’s assent passed the act for which India signed the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty on of January 14, 1998.

Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) has the potential to significantly enhance the resilience of society to climate change and could be a key part of national and global adaptation efforts.

Australia state of the environment 2021 is written by a panel of independent authors, using the best available evidence, assured through consultation, peer‑review and fact‑checking processes, and building on 25 years of experience in national environmental reporting.

The Glasgow Declaration for Tourism Climate Action has identified regeneration as one of five shared pathways for the industry, and there is untapped potential for tourism to embrace regenerative business models that address both the causes and consequences of climate change by simultaneously supporting the resilience of communities and protecti

The livelihoods of rural communities depend primarily on the availability of and access to renewable resources, including water, land and living resources. These resources are components of ecosystems with complex and dynamic relationships.

According to this report by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, accelerating global biodiversity crisis, with a million species of plants and animals facing extinction, threatens these contributions to people.

This study evaluates the economic efficiency of the interventions in India using a Cost-Benefit Analysis to compare implementation costs with observed and future benefits.

In 2012, the Government of Tanzania secured funding from the Adaptation Fund and the Global Environment Facility’s Least Developed Country Fund to reduce the negative impacts of climate change on vulnerable communities in coastal areas.

This paper seeks to understand the potential for existing NBS-centered initiatives to better incorporate climate adaptation, thereby contributing to broader adaptation efforts needed to combat the climate emergency.

Cities are the engine of the global economy - contributing 80% of the world’s GDP – but their exponential growth in recent decades has come at the expense of nature. The built environment has grown by two-thirds in the first 12 years of the 21st century, leading to the degradation of local ecosystems and the loss of habitats.

Pages