South Africa is committed to addressing climate change based on science and equity.
South Africa is achieving progress on climate change adaptation at all three levels of government – national, provincial, and local.
The Lima Call for Climate Action (Decision 1/CP.20)1 reiterated the invitation to all Parties to develop and communicate Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) as their ‘contributions’
The Learning Platform was initiated in April 2014 at the Limerick Inception Workshop where a range of themes and learning objectives of interest to Irish Aid were identified.
The increasing demand for food from limited available land, in light of declining soil fertility and future threats of climate variability and change have increased the need for more sustainable cr
Agriculture Advisers’ Meeting A meeting of IA Agriculture Advisers and Development Specialists was held in Lusaka on 18th August which the author chaired.
Although desert dunes cover 5 per cent of the global land surface and 30 per cent of Africa, the potential impacts of twenty-first century global warming on desert dune systems are not well underst
The impacts of climate change, drought and desertification are closely interlinked, and most acutely experienced by populations whose livelihoods depend principally on natural resources.
Since 1980, the number of undernourished people in eastern and southern Africa has more than doubled.