Can games help policymakers make the right choices to reduce disaster risk?
Two years after leaving Paris with a milestone climate agreement, the UNFCCC is about to meet again –in Bonn, Germany, on November 6-17. Here is a list of where to find BRACED at the COP.
With increasingly erratic weather patterns, it has become urgent for farmers to know when to sow or what seeds to use.
If women aren't involved in decision-making "we are not going to be living in a world that any of us want to be a part of"
Agriculture, forestry and changes in land use together produce 21 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
"I know for sure I don't have much to worry about, because I know my business will no longer suffer," says St. Lucia beekeeper
Can better weather information help Ethiopians deal with unpredictable weather?
"We are not safe, because we are moving towards a 3 degrees (hotter) world, and our governments are not ready."
As Bonn climate talks start, expert warn, "We can't leave and say to people affected by disasters: 'Sorry guys, you're on your own'"
A solution for a more flexible development-humanitarian system?
Impact assessment of the permagarden activities being implemented under the BRACED programme in Uganda.
Learning from the Zaman Lebidi BRACED consortium in Burkina Faso and collaboration with AMMA2050
How a resilience programme tweaked its activities based on various assessments
This paper explores different mechanisms for delivering climate finance at the local level.
Some of the greatest impact in disaster recovery may come through support to local markets and financial institutions that affected populations rely on most to cope and recover.