As droughts take hold, simple sand deposits, built in rivers, can be a lifeline for pastoralists in East Africa
Savings and climate-smart agriculture build farmers' resilience and income
Building communities’ resilience to climate extremes is possible even in the harshest of environments
"We're essentially bringing the sun to the Earth", in order to make hydrogen fuel, says scientist
"Wastewater itself is a valuable resource... We need to stop seeing it as a burden to be dealt with. It's not a waste and should not be a waste, especially in this world of water scarcity."
A growing number of farmers in Kenya are switching to growing baby corn – an immature ear harvested early and eaten whole - as a way around unreliable rainfall
Could small islands threatened by sea level rise find a new future afloat?
"Our intention is to shift the priorities so that people invest before the event, so they don't have to invest as much after"
Work is underway to show the economic benefits of investing to make cities and communities more resilient
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This paper aims to provide an analysis of economic resilience at the national level, presenting broad changes in resilience to climate extremes over a 42 year period.
A series of briefings assess evidence from Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia on how large-scale national social protection programmes contribute to resilience.
A savings and loans group allows Ethiopian women to create and develop their own business
By running businesses and diversifying their income, group members are reducing their vulnerability to climate shocks