Climate change creates a double inequality through the inverse distribution of risk and responsibility.
Climate variability is a major source of risk to smallholder farmers and pastoralists, particularly in dryland regions.
The global community is tasked with ending poverty and enabling sustainable development while tackling the climate crisis .
Religious beliefs, an important element of culture, influence adaptation to climate change.
A research report outlining key findings and recommendations of a two-year project exploring household vulnerability and resilience to climate variability in Bolivia, Honduras, Kenya, and Malawi.
Climate change is the greatest injustice of our time; those who are doing least to cause it are suffering the most from its impacts.
Welcome to the Research Presentations of the Transformative Engagement Network (TEN) project.
As discuss at the Regional Meeting on Integrating Climate Change into Development Programming Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 10-13 June, 2014, and confirmed at the follow-up regional workshop in Zambia,
This report examines what is driving the adoption of tree-based ecosystem approaches (TBEAs) at scale in Malawi, and identifies key pathways and strategies to further facilitate the process.
In Malawi and throughout much of Africa, maize yields have declined over the past several decades due to continuous cultivation, often in monocropping with little or no inputs.