Many small farmers are using agroecology techniques that include using natural methods to improve the soil and protect against pests
Planting trees seen as key to protecting capital's shrinking and degraded Mbao forest
In West Africa, communities are grappling with the challenges of tapping into international climate finance
"High-income countries suffer huge economic losses in disasters, but people in low-income countries pay with their lives," says Ban Ki-moon
How do you deal with garbage and other problems? In Rwanda, organise the community to solve them
The problem? If children don't like to eat it, parents won't grow it
Nationwide survey of soil conditions is leading to more effective use of fertilisers and could boost food security
The case study of Hamdallaye
A toolkit to improve resilience of Basic Service Delivery Systems
Gobeshona is a knowledge platform for climate change research on Bangladesh. It aims to bring together the national and international research community to encourage sharing, enhance quality and, in ...
This report examines the evolving role of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the production, communication and uptake of climate information.
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.
This report provides insights and lessons learnt from designing and implementing a quantitative impact evaluation for BRACED.
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.