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Demand for climate risk digital solutions is expected to quadruple in five years as extreme weather intensifies and regulatory pressure on businesses grows. The strongest growth is projected in climate-vulnerable Asia Pacific.
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Malaysia's new government can reset how the country tackles the impacts of climate change, such as monsoon floods, by investing more in nature backed by international green funding.
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Intense wildfires damage soil on the forest floor, contributing to dangerous flash floods across the mountains of South Asia.
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Joshimath residents forced from their damaged homes think a new hydroelectric plant is partly to blame for devastating subsidence.
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A recent study shows that about 56 percent of the metropolitan area in the Indian city is built-up. It is now vital for Kolkata’s 15 million residents that planning for future growth takes into account the threat of climate change.
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Indigenous knowledge has helped guide Pacific Islanders’ resilience and adaptation to changing climates for centuries, but it is still often overlooked.
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Climate-resilient agricultural knowledge has always been there among Indigenous groups, we just need to learn from them.
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Now that the developed world has finally accepted a degree of financial responsibility for the loss and damage caused by climate change, the broader climate debate will henceforth turn on the question of liability.
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