Publications

In this section you will find a diverse range of sources, including scientific publications, country reports, books, slide presentations, among others.
publications
Drawing on global examples with a focus on African case studies, this paper demonstrates the versatile roles of trees and agroforestry in reducing smallholder’...
27-10-2014
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2,713
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Trees inside and outside forests contribute to food security in Africa in the face of climate variability and change. They also provide environmental and...
27-10-2014
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2,852
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Increasing intensity and duration of severe weather events are major challenges to food security and livelihoods of people. Experience in responding to severe...
27-10-2014
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2,803
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The Philippines is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate risks. Annually, the country experiences the havoc caused by tropical cyclones. As a result...
27-10-2014
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2,818
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This report proposes to discuss the current vulnerability of the southern African region to climate variability, the projected impacts of climate change and...
27-10-2014
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2,758
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People and ecosystems in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) are vulnerable owing to the interaction between unsustainable land-use practices and climate change. This...
27-10-2014
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2,499
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Agroforestry and livestock-keeping both have the potential to promote anthropogenic climate change resilience. Here, we discuss relevant issues in East Africa...
27-10-2014
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2,456
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Current institutional arrangements are often insufficient to manage challenges such as larger floods, more severe droughts, sea level rise, coastal erosion,...
27-10-2014
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2,489
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This paper presents a simulation model of the formation of the belief in climate change of a business organization using a systems dynamics approach....
27-10-2014
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2,231
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Adaptation has emerged as an important area of research and assessment among climate change scientists. Drawing from the literature in psychology and...
27-10-2014
0
2,540
publications
Drawing on global examples with a focus on African case studies, this paper demonstrates the versatile roles of trees and agroforestry in reducing smallholder’...
27-10-2014
0
2,713
publications
Trees inside and outside forests contribute to food security in Africa in the face of climate variability and change. They also provide environmental and...
27-10-2014
0
2,852
publications
Increasing intensity and duration of severe weather events are major challenges to food security and livelihoods of people. Experience in responding to severe...
27-10-2014
0
2,803
World Agroforestry Centre logo.jpg
The Philippines is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate risks. Annually, the country experiences the havoc caused by tropical cyclones. As a result...
27-10-2014
0
2,818
publications
This report proposes to discuss the current vulnerability of the southern African region to climate variability, the projected impacts of climate change and...
27-10-2014
0
2,758
World Agroforestry Centre logo.jpg
People and ecosystems in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) are vulnerable owing to the interaction between unsustainable land-use practices and climate change. This...
27-10-2014
0
2,499
World Agroforestry Centre logo.jpg
Agroforestry and livestock-keeping both have the potential to promote anthropogenic climate change resilience. Here, we discuss relevant issues in East Africa...
27-10-2014
0
2,456
publications
Current institutional arrangements are often insufficient to manage challenges such as larger floods, more severe droughts, sea level rise, coastal erosion,...
27-10-2014
0
2,489
publications
This paper presents a simulation model of the formation of the belief in climate change of a business organization using a systems dynamics approach....
27-10-2014
0
2,231
publications
Adaptation has emerged as an important area of research and assessment among climate change scientists. Drawing from the literature in psychology and...
27-10-2014
0
2,540
publications
Trees inside and outside forests contribute to food security in Africa in the face of climate variability and change. They also provide environmental and...
27-10-2014
0
2,852
World Agroforestry Centre logo.jpg
The Philippines is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate risks. Annually, the country experiences the havoc caused by tropical cyclones. As a result...
27-10-2014
0
2,818
World Agroforestry Centre logo.jpg
Agroforestry and livestock-keeping both have the potential to promote anthropogenic climate change resilience. Here, we discuss relevant issues in East Africa...
27-10-2014
0
2,456
publications
Adaptation has emerged as an important area of research and assessment among climate change scientists. Drawing from the literature in psychology and...
27-10-2014
0
2,540
publications
This paper presents a coherent framework for climate change adaptation programming. It begins with a discussion of some of the key issues related to the...
27-10-2014
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2,585
publications
Adaptation Coalitions are groups of individuals/ organizations that form alliances around climate change issues in order to achieve shared desired futures that...
27-10-2014
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2,713
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This brief is intended for stakeholders involved, directly or indirectly, in the production and use of firewood at household, industrial and institutional...
21-10-2014
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2,630
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Highlights •In SSA, woodfuels account for 80% of energy supply. •The demand for charcoal has grown @ 3%/year against 1%/year of that for firewood. •Expected...
14-10-2014
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2,652
Benefits of agroforestry
This article provides evidence for the dual role of agroforestry in climate change mitigation and food security. In contrast to the oft promoted reforestation...
14-10-2014
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3,821
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This article seeks to understand how mitigation actions (MAs) are approached and conceptualised in South Africa, and then to capture the particular sets of...
14-10-2014
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2,565