Right now, "there is no uniform system to calculate losses, which is hampering disaster planning measures"
Droughts regularly decimate herds across Africa, forcing destitute families to abandon their nomadic lifestyle and settle in remote, dusty towns where they fall deeper into poverty
A wood-saving stove that doubles as a chicken brooder is raising incomes and cutting deforestation in Laikipia County
Technology like drones and smartphones are no substitute for sound infrastructure in delivering aid
By building environmental apps, students learn about technology and the environment
Latest floods have caused acute food shortages in some areas, with household food stocks damaged and food production hampered
Farmers are breeding catfish in "home dams" that capture rainwater, helping them cope with water scarcity
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 Working Paper highlights some of the results in Ethiopia’s priority thematic areas for climate change planning: building a knowledge and evidence base; governance and institutional arrangements; ...
The Knowledge Manager: Learning about resilience through the BRACED programme
Reality of Resilience facilitates the generation, collection and dissemination of real-world examples of resilience interventions during floods and droughts. How does it work?
This conference will reinvigorate the global commitment to sustainable urbanization.
The 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP22) to the UNFCCC