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    World Bank: Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change

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    Video on Climate Change Adaption in Nepal

    Climate Change and Jakarta. One of the places most vulnerable to climate change.

    WORLDBANK Infographic: What Climate Change Means for Africa and Asia

    Adapting Buildings and Cities for Climate Change by David Crichton

    Map of behaviour change for combating climate change

    The Change UNDP Mozambique et al. 14 min. video for children on climate change adaptation

    Interactive map on the science of climate change and the impacts of climate change on the United States

    Adaptation to Climate Change: Time for decisions now. Animated film from GIZ.

    USDA Climate Change Adaptation Plan

    Climate change is already affecting all of U.S., report says Climate change is already being felt in every region of the United States, resulting in hotter summers, shorter winters, extreme precipitation, even worsening allergies that will change the way Americans live, according to a government report released Tuesday. The National Climate Assessment,...

    8 Reasons for Optimism on Climate Change

    The effects of climate change have been and will be worse in poor countries and small-island states, those least able to adapt to the climate-related disasters. In this paper, David Wheeler describes the vulnerability of 233 countries to three major effects of climate change (weather-related disasters, sea-level rise, and reduced agricultural productivity). He develops a methodology for donors and others to craft cost-effective assistance for climate adaptation.

    Time for a ‘Sea Change’ in Attitudes to How New York Approaches Urban Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation

    carbon footprint, climate change, nations, international climate change, carbon, greenhouse gas, carbon emissions

    IWA - Adapting urban water systems to climate change

    Vietnam Dispatch: Adapting to Climate Change, One Melon at a Time

    In the face of a changing climate many species must adapt or perish. Ecologists studying evolutionary responses to climate change forecast that cold-blooded tropical species are not as vulnerable to extinction as previously thought. The study, published in the British Ecological Society’s Functional Ecology, considers how fast species can evolve and adapt to compensate for a rise in temperature.

    Climate Witness, a WWF effort to share the stories of climate change from around the world.

    This project is amazing! I think I could do this during the animal adaptation unit.