As we head into the last furlong of ASSAR's 5 year journey it's timely to take stock of where we are with the TSP process.
This brief summarises key messages emerging from research from the CMIP5 multi-model archive to analyse projected temperature and rainfall changes in Africa and India at 1.5°C and 2.0°C.
This new paper from ASSAR's east Africa team looks at climate-related risks and impacts and vulnerability across the semi-arid regions of East Africa, with a particular focus on Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.
This new paper focuses on the ways that rural communities in the semi-arid region of Maharashtra, India, are vulnerable to heat stress and how they cope with its impacts.
ASSAR's latest Spotlight focuses on Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP).
These two training booklets, one in English and the other in Oshiwambo, look at the changing climate in Namibia, and guides how this can be taught.
The Indian Institutes for Human Settlements has published 'Adaptation as Innovation - lessons from smallholder farmers in rain-fed Karnataka', which documents eight innovative farmer stories from two districts in the state of Karnataka.
The ASSAR Ghana team recently developed and held an intra- and interschools competition, titled the Climate Adaptation through Youth Innovation (CATYI) Competition.
This paper looks at both spatial-planning and infrastructure-enabled development trajectories and policy-driven and culturally embedded pathways in urban and rural areas of India.
On the 7th and 8th of March 2018, the Office of the Governor in the Omusati Regional Council hosted the Omusati Regional Conference under the theme: “Water, Food Security and Adaptation to Climate Change”.
The ASSAR Ghana team recently organised a two-day workshop, with the support of a START Scenario Based Capacity Building (SBCB) grant, to strengthen irrigation management practices for dry-season farming in Upper West Region's Nandom and Lawra districts.
The research in this brief draws on participatory interviews and field work conducted by ASSAR and DECCMA.