Boosting agricultural production to meet the food demands of growing and more prosperous populations increasingly comes with a cost to the ecosystems upon which human life more broadly depends.
Under the Food security and global framework for climate services, Irish Aid supported a pilot project;Improvement of Agro-meteorological and climate information to enhance agricultural productivit
Climate variability is a major source of risk to smallholder farmers and pastoralists, particularly in dryland regions.
Ethiopia has confirmed its commitment to restore its degraded lands to improve food security and biodiversity. Now, it’s looking to the private sector for support.
International and national policymakers are promoting investment in low carbon climate resilient development (LCCRD) to address the challenges and opportunities provided by climate change.
This Working Paper brings together evidence from four of the least developed countries – Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Nepal and Rwanda – to show how countries can use climate finance to invest in inclusiv
At the climate negotiations in Warsaw, Poland (Conference of the Parties (COP) 19th session – COP19) in December 2013, there is a mandate to establish institutional arrangements to address loss and
Climate change is the greatest injustice of our time; those who are doing least to cause it are suffering the most from its impacts.
Ethiopia is largely dependent on rain-fed agriculture.
Because climate change affects vulnerability, the way in which a country manages its climate risks is inextricably entwined with its ability to achieve development.