Julia Davies looks at some questions that were addressed during the TSP process in Botswana related to land-use challenges in Bobirwa and the surrounding regions.
In Mali stakeholders gathered together to create scenarios that asked: “What should agriculture and food security look like by 2035 to support livelihood improvement in Koutiala, under conditions of climate change?”
The TSP process was used in the Upper West Region of Ghana to facilitate an inclusive participatory methodology to explore the potential of agriculture in the region.
Due to the serious water challenges in Jalna, a district in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra, India, WOTR initiated a TSP process called ‘The Water Situation in Rural Jalna in 2030: for Domestic and Livelihood Needs’.
In times when problem-solving hits a dead end, the TSP process can help move things on, by challenging old conventions. Prathigna Poonacha looks at that in the context of India.
Teresa Perez examines how Transformative Scenario Planning can challenge existing practises and at some unintended consequences of this process.
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.
Can working within existing structures lead to breakthroughs in gender equality? Daniel Morchain reflects on the contrast between points of view at the UN Commission on the Status of Women meetings in April, 2018.
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.