Amid growing concerns over rising sea levels, this year's Pacific Islands Forum summit has started. Its Secretary General Tuiloma Slade reiterates that climate change threatens the viability of the forum's member states.
Mangroves provide the tropics with protection from the increasing incidence of storms and flooding caused by taiphoons and tsunamis. But the coastal forests are in decline. Efforts are underway to bring them back.
In Bangladesh, women are leading the way in adapting to climate change with female farmers cultivating sturdier species of rice - a staple in the country.
Small-scale farmers in northern Peru will soon be able to insure themselves against extreme weather. Using weather forecasts as a basis, potential compensation is calculated in advance.
A new inspirational way to engage people to become environmentally active has emerged. Instead of sending messages of loss and destruction, companies are trying to inspire the next generation with positive messages.
It might look like a video with a clam eating salt, but beware, not all is as it seems.
31 species, including some types of shark, ray and sawfish, were granted a new protection status at the UN conference on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) last weekend.
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