"We need to get ready to deal with surprise," says one University of Oxford scientist
Could growing cassava and sweet potato help Somali families become more resilient to drought?
Niger gets $437 million to improve water access, upgrade roads and develop its markets
A simple water collection system is making life easier - and safer - for a tribal community in southeast Bangladesh
Could bringing together information sources from satellites to village surveys trigger innovation to solve hunger?
Flooding in 2016 could be the highest in 50 years, but a web-based forecasting system is alerting people in advance
Interest in irrigation is surging but better women's land rights, access to clean energy, loans and training are needed
In the desert expanses of northern Burkina Faso, thigh-height flooding and dried-up wells are having a severe impact on the livelihoods of desert communities.
CDKN’s senior strategic advisor for Uganda, Revocatus Twinomuhangi, describes the everyday reality of climate change for Ugandans, and the policy choices that face the country today
This leaflet gives an introduction to the BRACED Myanmar Alliance.
A look at how people in Myanmar are living with climate change and dealing with changes in the weather
A look at the extent to which flexible humanitarian finance, applied with resilience in mind, keeps development on track
iDE developed these guidelines as a resource for other organisations developing their own multiple use water systems
This conference will reinvigorate the global commitment to sustainable urbanization.
The 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP22) to the UNFCCC
This year’s Development and Climate Days (‘D&C Days’) will focus on fulfilling the ambitions of the Paris climate agreement to ensure resilient and equitable development.