Laurie Goering edits the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s news website on the humanitarian and development impacts of climate change. Previously she was a Chicago Tribune correspondent based in New Delhi, Johannesburg, Mexico City, Havana, Rio de Janeiro and London.
How do we cut poverty and emissions? Fund some clean energyBy Laurie Goering
Rich nations can protect their own best interests by helping the poorest countries adopt clean power
As more Bangladeshis survive cyclones, some wish they had diedBy Laurie Goering
Disaster-prone Bangladesh needs to find ways to help those who have lost everything recover
How to stay safe from climate threats? Talk to the neighboursBy Laurie Goering
Communities around the world are getting together to build bridges, buy solar panels and install early warning systems
Bug-tasting creates a buzz around low-carbon eatingBy Laurie Goering
"Insects are not gross. They are great for our planet. We are going to need to eat insects in the very near future."
Can mobile banking, insurance save the poor from climate losses?By Laurie Goering
What might work to keep climate shocks from pushing people back into poverty?
Can new global alliances deliver a tough enough climate deal?By Laurie Goering
Old rich-versus-poor divide is crumbling when it comes to tackling global warming
What are the 3 keys to building real resilience to climate change?By Laurie Goering
Adapting to change, anticipating shocks and absorbing them when they come are crucial, a report argues
From second jobs to new stinginess, women see warming differentlyBy Laurie Goering
Getting their input is crucial to getting climate adaptation right, researchers say
Is building resilience to climate change so desirable?By Laurie Goering
Instead we should be trying harder to resist it, scientists argue
How fast is solar energy taking off?By Laurie Goering
Much faster than you might think, solar experts say - but it's still half of what's needed
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Justice elusive for slain aid workers
Inquiry finds Syrian government forces responsible for gas attack
Some progress in Geneva talks on Aleppo ceasefire -U.S.
Parties to Yemen war exchange accusations of breaching ceasefire
Polio vaccine makers failing to make enough doses - WHO experts
Seven migrants die on day of "Libyan Coast Guard" ...