FEATURE-In Miami, battling sea level rise may mean surrendering land
When does it make sense to protect land - and when is it smarter to give it up to the sea?
Is it time to rethink humanitarian insurance?
Could more access to insurance help governments of poorer countries deal with more climate-related disasters?
Insurance for poor could protect the most disaster-vulnerable - governments
With only 5 percent of losses in poor countries covered by insurance, boosting coverage could help save lives
As threats grow, expanding cities push for stronger, safer societies
"It's not just about being more prepared - it's about building a stronger city with higher quality of life and better economic development opportunities"
Production of enough plastic to cover Argentina causes havoc - study
More than 9 billion tons of plastic has been produced since 1950, with most of it discarded in landfills or the environment
Major tech firms urge U.S. to retain net neutrality rules
USA-INTERNET/:Major tech firms urge U.S. to retain net neutrality rules
No fruit – but maybe a path forward
Action on climate change is still lagging – but solving problems other people want solved could help
The right decisions now can make "bouncing back" easier
How do you build resilience that works against worsening climate shocks? Ask good questions first
Cambodia bans sand exports after environmental group pressure
Environmental groups have been pressing the government to stop the trade, citing its serious impact on coastal ecosystems and surrounding land
Banks worth $7 trillion pledge to calculate costs of climate risks
"The goal is to shift lending away from carbon intensive sectors that are becoming risky towards green technologies that are becoming more attractive"