Posts Tagged ‘adaptation’

The Ethics of Traditional Knowledge Exchange in Climate Change Initiatives

An essay exploring the ethical philosophy behind Guidelines for Considering Traditional Knowledges in Climate Change Initiatives.

8th Annual Global Day of Conversation Will Focus on Coastal Cities

Maryland and other places around the world seek to fortify and improve coastlines in the face of climate change. Since 1970, Earth Day has called attention to pressing environmental issues the world over while commemorating significant achievements in conservation and activism. For Earth Day’s 45th anniversary, the Earth Day Network will focus on coastal cities, […]

A Proposal for Climate Change Adaptation at the Local Level in Costa Rica

The implementation of climate change adaptation strategies at the municipal level is fundamental for the integration of efforts that would otherwise leave actions uncovered, resulting in a slower, less effective, and more expensive adaptation process.

Predicting Future Forest Ranges Using Array-based Geospatial Semantic Modelling

Studying the impacts of climate change requires looking at ranges of variables that transect a broad range of sectors. Geospatial Semantic Array Programming (GeoSemAP) offers the potential to help create a cross-discipline vocabulary for discussing data and processes used in geospatial studies. Within this field, the PESETA II project offers an example of how GeoSemAPs can be used to address the ecological challenges associated with a shifting climate.