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Climate Change Adaptation
Bangladesh's war against climate changeGuardian Unlimited | 09 May 2012
Devastating cyclones, floods and ruined crops have made Bangladesh 'the world's most aware society on climate change'Rebecca Sultan's life has been shattered twice in a few years. First, the 140mph winds of Cyclone Sidr ripped through her village, Gazipara, flattening houses, killing 6,000 people...
Northern Canada feels the heat: Climate change impact on permafrost zonesScienceDaily.com | 26 Apr 2012
As climate change in the near future is likely to bring raised temperatures at northern latitudes, the characteristics of permafrost could greatly change. Changes to permafrost could have serious impact on existing and future northern infrastructures such as pipelines and could significantly affect...
Diversity aided mammals' survival over deep timeScienceDaily.com | 24 Apr 2012
The first study of how mammals in North America adapted to climate change in "deep time" found that families with greater diversity were more stable and maintained larger ranges than less diverse families.
How to create resilient agricultureSCIDEV.NET | 21 Mar 2012
Durable food security and agricultural growth depend on development strategies with resilience built in from the start, says Gordon Conway.