Community-based adaptation (CBA) recognizes that environmental knowledge, vulnerability and resilience to climate impacts are embedded in societies and cultures.
The Embassy of Ireland, Malawi attended the 9th Conference on Community Based Adaptation in Nairobi from 24th April to 1st May 2015.
The 9th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation (CBA9) took place in Nairobi, Kenya from 24-30 April, 2015, hosted by the Government of Kenya.
Many pastoralist communities in East Africa experience persistent poverty, social and political marginalisation, land degradation and conflict (although experiences vary widely both within and betw
For many people this issue of ‘loss and damage’ seems to have come out of the blue and is still mired in confusion.
Nepal is determined to address the impacts and opportunities of climate change, and has taken the remarkable step of introducing a climate change budget code to prioritise and track climate-sensiti
Zanzibar is in the process of setting up a climate change financing mechanism; it has no existing finance allocations, economic and financial instruments or finance planning system targeted at clim
Climate change and housing have a close link in Vietnam’s cities. The impact of
climate change is one of the biggest concerns for government and civil society. In
As global average temperatures rise, heat-related illnesses are emerging as a major
health issue, with extreme temperatures being a leading cause of weather-related
With over 10 million hectares of mangrove spread across the coastline of Vietnam,
mangroves are considered an important resource for socio-economic development