Climate change radio show explores role of religion in adaptation
The second episode of ASSAR and Kati-FM’s climate change radio show looks at how religious and traditional beliefs are stopping farmers from adopting Climate Smart Agriculture practices in northern Namibia.
Identifying stakeholders and vulnerabilities in Botswana's Mahalapye sub-district
Researchers from the University of Botswana recently held a half-day workshop to do a stakeholder mapping exercise and identify the hazards and issues affecting the people of Botswana's Mahalapye sub-district.
A visit of 'firsts': Cape Town and Adaptation Futures
Rabiatu Abass, a University of Ghana student, reflects on her first visit to Cape Town, where she attended ASSAR's annual meeting and presented her research for the first time at an international conference.