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Expertise: Climate Adaptation and Mitigation

Climate change mitigation describes any action to limit the magnitude or rate of long-term climate change and generally involves reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases through measures such as transitioning to renewable energy from fossil fuels.
Cutting our carbon emissions is a must but historic emissions have changed our climate and will continue to do so in the decades to come. Climate Adaptation finds ways to be prepared and resilient to the effects of climate change – taking the opportunities, such as increased sunlight for solar energy, and preparing for the risks, such as increased flooding. 

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