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Risk reduction, retention, and transfer are risk management approaches that can be used to address loss and damage associated with climate change impacts.
East Asia needs to shift toward a model of economic growth focused on low carbon emissions and more efficient use of resources.
Countries need to build capacity and develop financial solutions for different climate risks, including those that can better address slow-onset events.
A comprehensive assessment of climate impacts helped tailor appropriate and impactful interventions in Huangshan city.
Countries need to adopt new regulations and technologies to counter an estimated $66 million net welfare loss by 2040.
Pacific island countries need to include climate action in national development plans to lessen the economic costs of climate change.
To avoid large economic losses from climate change, Southeast Asia can lead the way in global climate action by shifting towards a low-carbon economy.
Life cycle assessments and complex value optimization are holistic approaches in measuring investment impacts.
Work has just started in defining and addressing the loss and damage from climate change that cannot be prevented by mitigation and adaptation efforts.
Climate-smart remodeling and operation of irrigation systems help improve water availability and upland farm productivity in two provinces of Cambodia.