Sea level rise threatens the Everglades and the whole of south Florida
A project in Louisiana believes fashion can help stop erosion. A designer is making bags and clothes out of Nutria, a burrowing rodent devastating the banks of the Mississippi.
The wetlands of the Mississippi delta are disappearing fast with far-reaching implications for the Cajun community.
Mansions are sliding in to the erosion and rich home-owners are trying everything to stop the land loss. But are they doing more harm than good?
New mapping techniques allow people to measure exactly how much sea levels will affect their lives.
Climate change adaptation strategies for communities living just metres from the Caribbean.
Indigenous tribes struggling to find drinking water as salt water intrudes into the delta.
Indigenous Indians are on the warpath in the Amazon to defend their lands against the creation of hydro-electric dams.
How do you protect a capital city that is almost three feet below sea level?
Europe’s demand for cheap meat is dramatically changing the landscape of the Amazon. Rainforest around Santarém has been replaced with fields over the last five years thanks to the advent of soya farming in the area.
Iwokrama is an area of protected forest in the heart of Guyana, but can it generate sufficient income without cutting down all the trees?
How water buffalo are damaging the Amazon's floodplain
Thousands of people being harmed as high tides force salt water into water supplies in Western Ghana
Overfishing by international fishing fleets are devastating the waters off Ghana
Sea defences begin to turn around a town that has lost 900m of coastline in the last century. But is it enough?
If developed countries do not act to support countries like Liberia for protecting their carbon stocks, they will continue to chop down their trees to fuel development.
Sand extraction on the Freetown Peninsula is devastating the coastline
Can developing countries ever get an equal voice at climate conferences?
Slum dwellers in Kroo Bay refuse to move house despite annual floods
A mobile laboratory shows people that being environmentally friendly will improve the quality of your life
James Island's historic slave fort and one of Gambia's key tourist attractions is falling into the estuary
Roll up, roll up, it’s Set Settal! That is Gambia’s National Clean-Up Day.
Now you see it, now you don't. Corruption and short-sightedness are not helping Gambia's coastline
An excellent example of soft sea defences in action
Rising sea levels are washing away birds' nests and threatening their food supplies in Mauritania
New bridge to replace causeway and allow erosion to take its course around island settlement
Will migrant-watch become climate-watch?
Three hypochondriacs hit the road
Fishing stocks in Morocco are declining as sardines follow the shifting ocean currents
Why are women more vulnerable to climate change in Morocco?