Planning for the future in coastal communities will mean accounting for rising seas levels, which are bringing water into communities at record rates. Forward-looking scenarios like those developed by Riskthinking.AI can help decision-makers uncover the risks and plan accordingly.
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We agree that long‐range water planning is complicated by factors that are rapidly changing in the 21st century, including climate, population, and water use. Riskthinking.ai’s forward-looking scenarios can enable projections and decisions that best serve water stakeholder needs.
Agricultural practices in the Brazilian Cerrado, which entail extensive deforestation and land-clearing, are both affecting and being impacted by climate change. This is an example of a positive feedback loop that moves a system away from equilibrium, and it has negative implications for food security in Brazilian
India is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. The hotter temperatures projected here will have a devastating impact on human health and wellbeing, as well as food security, and worker productivity.