Possible mobility responses to different climate hazards
In 2016 alone, over 24 million people were displaced by unexpected climate-related disasters. It is commonly understood that there is a correlation between climate change and human mobility, however, the lack of evidence-based findings has hindered necessary changes to being made in this regard.
Where World Heritage sites are under threat
Percentage of sites where the conservation outlook is of significant or critical concern as of November 2017.
U.S. Landmarks at Risk
How Rising Seas, Floods, and Wildfires Are Threatening The United States’ Most Cherished Historic Sites
Heritage in danger
Cultural sites in peril
Geographical distribution of selected notable climate anomalies and events in 2016
Mapping weather patterns and events globally
As our ocean warms, sea level rises
We know seas are rising and we know why. The urgent questions are by how much and how quickly
Energy and natural resources: interactions with other megatrends
Considering climate change adaption and mitigation efforts
Energy and natural resources: a climate friendly world by 2050
Is a climate friendly world by 2050 realistic?
Biodiversity and climate change. Vulnerable ecosystems: One example
In just a couple of decades from now there could be ice-free summers in the Arctic
Global water footprint
Comparisons of national water footprints, defined by the volume of water needed for the production of goods and services consumed by their respective populations
How can we avoid dangerous climate change?
What do we need to do to ensure that we avoid disastrous climate change for future generations?
US oil consumption vs. production
A comparison of domestic production and consumption reveals that U.S. states are drastically out of kilter with only a handful pumping out a significant amount of fuel for national consumption
Earth for 10 Billion
Analysing the U.S. per capita ecological footprint
U.S. per capita carbon emissions
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