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'Every month that goes by, we get further in the hole,' says environmental law expert Michael Gerrard in an interview.
In an essay after superstorm Sandy, Michael Gerrard, director of the Center for Climate Change Law...
01/16/2013 | Read More
Dozens of cities in Florida would be flooded with a 3- to 7-foot rise in sea level—substantially lower than Hurricane Sandy's 9-foot storm surge in NYC.
For much of the Northeast, Hurricane Sandy was a harsh wake-up call to the extreme weather...
11/05/2012 | Read More
Increasing numbers of eco-conscious travelers are forcing some tourist operators and resort owners to mitigate and adapt to the risks of climate change
Increased tourism is threatening to exacerbate coastline erosion and loss of wetlands in poorer...
04/12/2011 | Read More
Plans by Entergy and Starbucks show how adaptation is now key for firms with vulnerable supply chains, but experts lament that more of them aren't moving
As climate change worsens, some leading U.S. corporations are working to find ways to adapt to...
02/14/2011 | Read More
A devastating flood in August destroyed 70% of irrigation network vital to agriculture in dry mountain region
The devastating flood that struck the normally arid desert of Ladakh, north-west India, in August...
11/21/2010 | Read More
Reporting from Copenhagen It is clear that one of the major sticking points in any agreement at...
12/10/2009 | Read More
“We talk about climate change as if it’s going to happen. It has happened.” Those words from...
10/01/2009 | Read More
When the G20 ministers gather in Pittsburgh next month, one of their missions is to come up with a...
08/28/2009 | Read More