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Mail & Guardian: A climate of change for cash cows

CNBC Africa: Why decentralised water could be the solution to Namibia’s water crisis

AllAfrica: Drought Persists, despite good rains (cross post)

New Era: Drought persists, despite good rains

Sustainable climate change adaptation lies in the hands of the youth - ASSAR

ASSAR–R2A Climate Month: Time’s Up

Meaningful Discussions at the TSP Table

Introduction to RiU at ASSAR

The conversation: How the world needs to change as regions get drier

Transformation, adaptation and development: relating concepts to practice (featured in Transformations for Sustainability)

What can CT learn from Windhoek on saving water?

Enviro Show, 3 Aug Enviro Show. SAFM

Modern Ghana: Fourth Annual ASSAR Project meeting underway

Ghana News Agency: Fourth ASSAR project meeting underway

Does power push knowledge when it comes to development in arid and semi-arid areas?

Cross collaborative research supporting climate change adaptation

Universities expound on ASSAR model

Slideshare - Spotlight on Learning

WeAdapt - Spotlight on Learning

iisd - ASSAR Spotlight on Learning


Agroforestry news


Millennium Post

Down to Earth

The New Era Newspaper


The Namibian

Slideshare - Spotlight on Communicating

What Africa’s drought responses teach us about climate change hotspots

Lessons from semi-arid regions on how to adapt to climate change as seen on

ASSAR submission included in the UNFCCC’s "A Compilation of good practices, tools and available data collection initiatives for the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for adaptation".

Prosperity in times of Drought

UB, UCT partner in research project

 ASSAR research to influence policy

Earth dams can mitigate drought

Namibia: Earth Dams Can Mitigate Drought

Report based on survey: Climate Change Adaptation Practice in Semi-Arid Regions - Views and Insights by Practitioners

Knowledge Broker Success Stories: weADAPT

Semi-arid regions need long-term planning

Prof. Gyapong Receives Delegation from IDRC/CIHR

IIHS leads $3 million research programme on Climate adaptation for semi-arid areas of India

Reduce Water Use, Says Climate Expert

Sub-regional level analysis of climate trends critical for sustained adaptation

Climate-induced stress to affect women severely: experts

‘Gendered’ Vulnerability to Climate-Induced Stresses Leading to Reducing Nutritional Values and High Mortality Rates among Rural & Migrant Women, Say Experts  

Data insufficiencies can make climate adaptation strategies counter-productive, warns ASSAR study

Gender and Food Security

FACTSHEET: Why Africa is vulnerable to climate change

December edition of the UNFCCC Nairobi work programme (NWP) eUpdate

How to get communities in East Africa to trust climate science

Adapting to climate change in semi-arid regions

Four reasons why Africa is vulnerable to climate change

Making climate change research count

Urban Dualities