066| German Floods and the Futility of Adaptation Without Mitigation

61 minutes

We cannot adapt our way out of the climate mess, as Allie Goldstein of Conservation International and Mark Trexler of the Climate Web make clear.

We discuss the realities of systemic climate risk.

Research cited in today’s show:

"The private sector’s climate change risk and adaptation blind spots"

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41558-018-0340-5

"Persistent Business Blind Spots on Climate Risk and Adaptation,"

http://gca.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Persistent_Business_Blind_Spots_on_Climate_Risk_and_Adaptation.pdf

The Climate Web: www.theclimateweb.com

Climate Web Roadmaps:

https://roadmapslite.climatesites.net  

https://roadmapunderestimatedrisk.climatesites.net

https://systemicriskroadmaplite.climatesites.net 

 

Videos:  Playing Climate Chess using the Climate Web    https://youtu.be/cnf7FM2zfNg  

Actionable Climate Knowledge through the Climate Web  https://youtu.be/L37v2-DXWk0

Solving Climate Change with the Climate Web  https://youtu.be/Py9eJM2DRT0 

Link to wildfire risk map: https://bra.in/6pygXQ

 

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