As COP26 brings together national and international negotiators to progress their countries’ commitments on climate action, the non-state-actor community is stepping up to take action on resilience and adaptation.

The COP Resilience Hub managing partners — the Global Resilience Partnership, the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center at the Atlantic Council

Committee members of the World Federation of Engineering give an overview of how climate change is affecting their part of the world, what’s being done to reduce carbon emissions and how engineers can play a vital role.

Sydney Opera House in smoky haze due to bushfires caused by climate change, 8 January 2020 (left), and a year later in clear blue skies, January 2021 (right). Photo: Marlene Kanga

This blog is part of a series curated by The Institution of Civil…

Committee members of the World Federation of Engineering give an overview of how climate change is affecting their part of the world, what’s being done to reduce carbon emissions and how engineers can play a vital role.

Beijing airport
Beijing Daxing International Airport is the first airport in the country that has a green concept throughout the entire process from standard setting, design, construction to putting into operation. Image credit: Beijing Institute of Architectural Design

This blog, curated by The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is the first…

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