58% of cities are highly exposed to climate risks. Their resilience journey starts with a better understanding of the risks, which informs a cost-efficiency and qualitative prioritization of adaptation measures.
Phenological stages of plants are linked to climate and therefore to agricultural risks. Knowing this relationship can help with future crop protection: installation, practices, alerts and insurance.
How investing in Mangroves and Sea Walls today could reduce Vietnam’s future climate risks by billions of dollars
A study by AXA Climate, the InsuResilience Solutions Fund and ETH Zurich to analyze the typhoon risk in Vietnam and to identify the most cost-efficient nature-based solutions for policymakers.
The increase in the risk of spring frost is due to 2 main factors: Crops starting to grow earlier every year and the growing instability of cold polar air masses. We present in this note ways to adapt to this risk.
What does a regional adaptation plan could look like? The case of water management and sustainable agriculture in Thailand
The Green Climate Fund is taking the first step to adapt and transform water management infrastructures, processes, and agriculture planning by investing 17.5 million USD in Thailand, post COP 26. Read more to know how.