Can Extreme Weather Events be Attributed to Climate Change? Today we review a major effort to answer the question: how does climate change affect extreme weather events? This was investigated using two well known approaches: the long term statistics of meteorological parameters and through simulations using physical climate models. Although much more research is needed, […]
Progress towards Net-Zero housing Alex Ferguson is a researcher at Natural Resources Canada and has been in this role for over 10 years. His work involves using models and conducting data analysis to identify opportunities for housing technologies. Mr. Ferguson also engages with home builders to validate the options he develops. Net-Zero is a pilot […]
Chief Theresa Kachindamoto has done in three years what most people could not accomplish in a lifetime. The renowned leader of the Dedza District of Central Malawi has not only abolished hundreds of child marriages, she has used her authority to direct better lives for the hundreds of thousands of people who rely on her […]
The AGM of the International Club of Rome in Mexico City in 2014 created a Women’s Issues and Perspectives Committee. CACOR at its AGM in 2015 created its own committee on this theme and Valerie Hume agreed to chair it. At the international, national and local levels, such a committee brings new ways of identifying, seeing, drawing […]
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