Zambia climate context

Zambia, like most of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), is facing a future in which climate change will consistently negatively affect smallholder crop production.

Author(s): 
Sam Barrett, Durton Nanja

Agriculture remains the productive base for rural communities in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Lower-Middle Income Countries (LMIC) in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Author(s): 
Sam Barrett, Durton Nanja

Zambia is now a lower middle-income country with consistent and robust economic growth and has progressed to the medium human development category.

Author(s): 
Irish Aid (Tracy Kajumba)

Climate Smart Agriculture profile for Zambia developed by CGIAR, providing a good summery of policy and programming recommendations, overview of Land Use and Agricultural production systems in coun

Author(s): 
CGIAR

Zambia has experienced a number of climatic hazards over several decades. The most serious have been drought, seasonal floods and flush floods, extreme temperatures and dry spells.

Author(s): 
Ministry of Tourism and Natural Resources

Climate change is emerging as one of the biggest threats to Zambia’s economic and social development.

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Author(s): 
Caritas Zambia, Zambia Climate Change Network, Oxfam America, WRI

The climate of Zambia, including its precipitation and temperature patterns, is expected to continue to change in the next 5 to 40 years.

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Author(s): 
Colin Gannon, Dan Kandy, Josh Turner, Ipsita Kumar,

This document presents Zambia’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to the 2015 Agreement on climate change in response to decisions adopted at the 19th and 20th sessions of the Conf

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Author(s): 
The Government of Zambia

Climate change is emerging as one of the biggest threats to Zambia’s economic and social development.

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Author(s): 
Caritas Zambia, Zambia Climate Change Network, Oxfam America, WRI

This working paper from the World Resources Institute explores local finance structures in Nepal, the Philippines, Uganda and Zambia.

Author(s): 
Pieter Terpstra, Emily Wilkinson (ODI), Alice Caravani (ODI), Nella Canales Trujillo (ODI), Smita Nakhooda (ODI) and Annaka Peterson-Carvalho (Oxfam America)