Part 2 of Gina Ziervogel's blog on the Governance of Climate Risk in Namibia looks at specific themes that came out of numerous interviews.
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Nitya Rao describes her talk at Adaptation Futures, which focused on trying to better understand the implications of current mobility patterns on livelihood security and wellbeing, as well as gender and generational relations in Kenya.
Jesse DeMaria Kinney and Dian Spear describe the interactive session they held at Adaptation Futures on Vulnerability and Risk Assessments.
In her photo essay, Jennifer Leavy describes the far-reaching impacts that the drought in Ethiopia is having on livestock farmers.
Roger Few questions whether livestock deaths should be seen as an inevitable consequence of the current drought.
Chandni Singh talks about her work on development pathways that she presented at Adaptation Futures. Specifically, she described how historical development decisions lock systems into trajectories that are potentially maladaptive.
What are the governance of climate and development challenges in northern Namibia? Here's what the Southern African team learnt during their recent interviews with stakeholders in Outapi.
Edmond Totin discusses why farmers in Mali are not benefiting from recent seed laws that are meant to help them.
As part of the ASSAR Small Opportunities Grant Kavya Michael and Tanvi Deshpande, from the Indian Institute for Human Settlements, visited Cape Town with the aim of fostering knowledge and increasing capacity building of researchers in their field.
Arjun Srinivas, a researcher in ASSAR's India team, explains that the challenge for policymakers is to establish a robust policy architecture that is flexible, forward-thinking and enables farmers to adapt to disruptions.
An interesting look at what three different caste groups are doing to mitigate the impacts of climate change in Maharashtra State, India.