Adaptation deserves a seat at the table. We are now at a point where the negative effects of climate change are unavoidable and we must learn to shift our objectives and adapt to them.
Adaptation deserves a seat at the table. Up until this point, the majority of climate rhetoric has surrounded mitigating the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. However, we are now at a point where the negative effects of climate change are unavoidable and we must learn to shift our objectives and adapt to them.
The underlining theme of Climate Week 2022 was “Get it Done,” and the majority of conversations centered around collaboration opportunities to create solutions that not only prevent but address the current landscape.
Timely earth and climate observation data are crucial to protect the environment, support businesses, preserve insurance rates, and safeguard financial security.
The Intelligence and Adaptation sector consists of companies that provide early insights to help us better adapt to the changing climate.
This sector provides opportunities for innovations in earth and climate data, urban planning tools, water risk analysis, weather forecasting, and supply chain risk and enhancement.
Companies like The Demex Group, Sust Global, Cervest, Climate X, Salient Predictions, Jupiter Intelligence, Climate AI, Terrafuse AI, Climavision, etc. are helping us adapt to our changing climate.
On Tuesday, the IPCC's Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) was released, representing the most comprehensive scientific evaluation of climate change.
In response to a changing climate, we must create technologies and infrastructure improvements that are designed to mitigate and/or withstand the effects.