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Children Highly Vulnerable to Health Risks from Climate Change

This story was originally written by Stephanie Berger for the Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Young children are far more vulnerable to climate-related disasters and the onus is on adults to provide the protection and care that children need, according to research by the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Columbia University’s Mailman […]

Special Issue: Shaping the Landscape of Climate Services

“A climate-informed and climate-ready world is possible. Large investments are being made toward adaptation and resilience to climate change, but many of those investments are separated from the more immediate climate-related vulnerabilities and opportunities that society faces. Information is increasingly available that could be used to guide action; however, information alone is not sufficient.” -Lisa […]