Contextualizing cross-national patterns in household climate change adaptation

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 02 December 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01222-3

The context and motivation around adaptation are influenced by local culture and institutions. In the United States, China, Indonesia and the Netherlands, some factors (such as perceived costs) have similar influences on household adaptation to flooding, but others (such as flood experience) differ between countries.

Consumers Eating at Home Lead to Higher Sales at Kroger

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Another Record Renewable Year. We Need to Do Better.

Guardian: It has been another record year for renewable energy, despite the Covid-19 pandemic and rising costs for raw materials around the world, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). About 290GW of new renewable energy generation capacity, mostly in the form of wind turbines and solar panels, has been installed around the world this year, beating the previous […]

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Composting is good for the planet, and it can be profitable. New Yorkers should be required to separate compostable materials along with recycling.

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Composting is good for the planet, and it can be profitable. New Yorkers should be required to separate compostable materials along with recycling.

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In a first, Alaska’s Arctic waters appear poised for dangerous algal blooms

Climate change is bringing potentially deadly dinoflagellate blooms to the Far North, posing a new risk to food security.

UK needs to deliver on climate, not set higher 2030 target, say advisers

The Glasgow pact calls on countries to improve their 2030 plans next year but the Cop26 host’s goal is already in line with 1.5C, the Climate Change Committee says

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