This new publication from Chandni Singh examines vulnerability to climate change (among other risks) at household and intrahousehold levels.
ASSAR's 2017 year in review! In case you missed something from our eventful 2017, catch up here!
In 2016, another nasty drought hit Botswana; so nasty that the President declared a national state of emergency. But of course, this wasn't a first, and sadly it won't be a last.
Georgina Cundill Kempfrom the IRDC looks at how we need to do things differently in order to marry seemingly different issues into one solution.
Water is increasingly becoming scarce as the climate changes. Dian Spear looks at four changes that cities can make to adapt to water scarcity.
Daniel Morchain invites you to listen to what he learned in Bonn at the UNFCCC COP in November 2017.
Join us this month on Thursday, 30 November at 14.00 GMT for the latest in the Research Uptake Roundtable series, ‘Research to practice: experiences from researcher-practitioner partnership’.
Mary Thompson-Hall looks at how preparing for a dinner party is similar to that of planning a multi-stakeholder engagement process on agriculture, food security, and climate change adaptation.
In this photo essay Bidisha Sinha describes a survey that has been conducted in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra to assess the impact of climate change on people's wellbeing and happiness.
Join us this month on Thursday, 30 November at 14.00 GMT for the latest in the Research Uptake Roundtable series.
ASSAR researcher Arjun Srinivas, from the Indian Institute for Human Settlements, reports back on the recent Impacts World 2017 conference which he attended in Potsdam, Germany.
A workshop organised by the ICRISAT, one of ASSAR's partners in West Africa, has sought to foster greater synergy between research and policy on climate change adaptation and food security in Mali.