Planning the future for community adaptation to climate change
The communities of Manta and Mpesserebougou Mali's Koulikoro region used to attribute to God the effects of a warming globe
Rich and poor struggle to shoulder losses from devastating storms
Nepal in top 10 of nations worst-affected by weather disasters in 2017, index finds
Can a hungry Mali turn rice technology into "white gold"?
Malians are cautiously turning to a new farming technique that could boost harvests and help them adapt to the effects of climate change
Can you build resilience in Mali when the bullets are flying?
Seeking the support of central authorities who are "perceived as absent because they cannot meet the basic needs of the population" is often insufficient
Climate change: Communities become their own players in resilience
In the past, so-called traditional management approaches have demonstrated their limits
Hike in record-dry months for Africa's Sahel worries scientists
"There are limits" to how much people can adapt if drought continues to worsen in the semi-arid Sahel, researchers warn
G7 punch below weight on funding for gender-equal climate adaptation
Climate change is exacerbating inequalities, and governments need to invest more to protect women from its impacts
Cricket-farming hops ahead as Kenyans catch superfood bug
As climate change and population growth make producing enough protein difficult, cricket farming is taking off in Kenya
From mangoes to maize, climate change brings new hunger threats
A warming world raises "scary" prospects for poor food producers who face lower harvests and competition for land
Africa's nomadic herders help, not harm, land and planet - U.N.
Pastoralists manage land in way that keeps carbon in soil instead of releasing climate-changing emissions, experts say