Geographical distribution of selected notable climate anomalies and events in 2016
Women Bear the Brunt of Climate Change
Women, who do the majority of drudge work in the economically and environmentally fragile Hindu Kush Himalayas region are disproportionately impacted by the effects of climate change.
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.
Perspectives of artist–practitioners on the communication of climate change in the Pacific
Lessons of the Norse Greenlanders (2) — traditional ecological knowledge
Part 2 of 4 linked installments on the case of the Norse Greenlanders and the role that climate change played in the fate of their society, which died out 500 years after original settlement in the Viking Age. Focus of this segment: local and traditional ecological knowledge.