Are Climate Information Services improving resilient agricultural productivity among smallholders?

By Portia Adade Williams, CSIR-STEPRI, Ghana, 20/20 Adaptation Professional’s Programme Fellow, Accra-Ghana Application and acceptance into the 20/20 Adaptation Professionals Programme My acceptance into the Global Centre on Adaptation…

Natural Infrastructure Enhancement for Climate Change Adaptation Interventions in Kenya’s Tana River Delta Water Sector

Cornelius Okello, PhD. is a Research Scientist from Kenya passionate about environmental issues, specifically climate change and freshwater resources. He is currently the Chairman and Lecturer at the Department of Environmental Sciences, Machakos…
Post Cyclone Amphan destruction

Putting local people at the centre of adaptation

by Lucia Scodanibbio, 20/20 Professional at the Global Centre for Adaptation When cyclone Amphan hit southern Bangladesh, exacerbating the impacts felt by the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Bamia Village Savings and Lending Association…
Bloubergstrand, Cape Town, South Africa, Photo by Louis Smit on Unsplash

Transforming Social Inequalities Through Inclusive Climate Action

Multi-dimensional poverty and inequality continue to persist in Africa’s societies. The majority of African livelihoods rely on income from agricultural activities, which makes them vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. At the same…

Congratulations to PhD students at the IESS!

Three students from the Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies at the University of Ghana recently defended their PhD research. See their abstracts below: ALCADE CHRISTEL SEGNON ORCiD Thesis Title: Exploring agrobiodiversity-based…

Capacity building workshop: presenting and facilitating online

In September 2020 the ARUA-CD hosted two workshops aimed at increasing the capacity of those in our network to present and facilitate online. The workshop was delivered by Science Communication expert, Dr Tali Hoffman, and attended by colleagues…

Course: Communicating Science for Impact – 2021

Communicating your science to the right people, at the right times, and in the right ways, ensures that research has value and impact beyond academia, and that it supports positive change in policy, practice and behaviour. With a focus on humanising…