Zambia, like most of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), is facing a future in which climate change will consistently negatively affect smallholder crop production.
This article lays the foundation for this special issue on social protection and climate change, introducing and evaluating the ways in which the individual articles contribute to our understanding
Ending poverty and addressing climate change are the two defining issues of our time. Both are essential to achieving sustain- able global development.
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
Despite progress in the field of development over recent years, a combination of factors has led to ongoing and worsening poverty in some situations.
Over the last twenty years, the overwhelming majority (90%) of disasters have been caused by floods, storms, heatwaves and other weather-related events.
The Paris Agreement addresses the new and evolving issue of “loss and damage” that had previously been treated as a subcategory of adaptation.
For many people this issue of ‘loss and damage’ seems to have come out of the blue and is still mired in confusion.
This study examines the economic losses caused by urban flooding. It begins by
identifying components of economic losses (i.e. direct costs and indirect costs) at
The Asia Pacific Forum on Loss and Damage presents the COP 20 Lima, Peru Researchers Talk about Loss and Damage. This to enable researchers to learn more about what loss and damage is.