The Climate Change Project is an independent publication that documents how cities, governments and the private sector are addressing the global climate breakdown problem.
We provide clear and honest reporting about the reality of climate catastrophe and the urgent need for adaptation. By externalising key stakeholder conversations and presenting them in a synthesized way, we are democratising important new information.
The reports document how the public and private sectors are financing adaptation projects. Contributors also outline strategic adaptive action that can be implemented at international, regional and national levels. The blog focusses on climate communication. We also interview scientists, authors, and entrepreneurs about the work they are doing in this space.
All our content is free to read and available to anyone interested in learning about how they can prepare for and adapt to the climate crisis.