It's not just about growing more food and using fewer inputs. It's also about creating local, adaptive food systems that can withstand the effects of climate change.
No one organization, industry or government can do it alone, especially by 2050.
Adaptation doesn't mean what it used to.
Communities and businesses, not just aging utilities, have solutions. It’s time to change antiquated policies and regulations that stand in the way.
When the lights stop working and communities and businesses grind to a halt, people understand what it means to be powerless.
Indigenous climate adaptation plans have actively managed forest ecosystems with fire for centuries.
Installations covering municipal and rural county critical facilities, especially fire stations and water districts, are an important first step.
As wildfire season heightens, The Nature Conservancy is developing and implementing a new strategy to fight back.
Regulatory scrutiny of sustainability risks has only just begun.
A resilient electrical production and distribution system is possible — if we learn from past experience.