Category Archives: Adaptation

Carbon is not the enemy

by Judith Curry

Design with the natural cycle in mind to ensure that carbon ends up in the right places. — William McDonough

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Coral bleaching debate

by Jim Steele

Is bleaching the legacy of a marvelous adaptation mechanism or a prelude to extirpation?

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Eco – (post) modernism

by Judith Curry

Can we have a good, even great, anthropocene?

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Tactical adaptation to Indian heat waves

by Judith Curry

Ahmedabad’s Heat Action Plan offers a proven track record and model to protect their residents from heat waves.  My Georgia Tech/CFAN colleagues Violeta Toma, Peter Webster and Mark Jelinek are enabling this Plan with a pioneering heat wave forecast product to help the Ahmedabad Municipal Council determine when to implement a heat alert.

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Greening the world’s deserts

by Judith Curry

Some interesting thrivability ideas for the world’s deserts.

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JC at the National Press Club

by Judith Curry

I have just returned from my engagement at the National Press Club, sponsored by the Marshall Institute Roundtable.

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Montgomery’s Senate testimony: economics of climate adaptation

by Judith Curry

If we really want to help globally, there is clear evidence that most can be accomplished through effective support at a community level for locally-designed and implemented adaptation measures in Africa and poor Asian countries where the real vulnerability exists, not nugatory mitigation that helps no one. – W. David Montgomery

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