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Better Assistance in Crises (BASIC) Research aims to inform policy and programming on how to help poor and vulnerable people cope better...
Anticipating Futures: Forecasting and Climate Preparedness for Co-located Hazards in India (ANTICIPATE)
Changing rainfall patterns caused by climate change can increase the severity and frequency of both droughts and floods. This is a cause...
This study, commissioned by the International Development Research Centre, identified gaps and future entry points for Southern-led...
Published by: Institute of Development Studies
From forest fires in Australia and California to record floods in Jakarta and the UK, it is clear that no area of the world is immune from the effects of climate change. Many countries and cities have woken up to this fact and have declared climate emergencies. Mainstream discourses are increasingly framed around the recognition that climate change is fundamentally a question of justice, in terms of the responsibility for the problem and its mitigation; that vulnerabilities to the impacts of climate change are both a reflection of, and exacerbate, structural injustices; and that there will be residual impacts beyond the capacity to mitigate and adapt or what might be deemed ‘tolerable’ impacts.
The Well-being, Ecology, Gender and cOmmunity – Innovation Training Network (WEGO-ITN) is the first international feminist political...
Published by: Taylor & Francis
Climate change research is at an impasse. The transformation of economies and everyday practices is more urgent, and yet appears ever...
Future Agricultures is a network of researchers on agriculture and food policy in Africa, formed of more than 100 people working in 12 countries across Africa and in Europe.
Through our research, policy engagement, teaching and training, we support the emergence of development pathways that deliver both...