The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) is a global scientific body who assess the state of the world’s biodiversity and its associated ecosystem services. The report is based on the Earth Negotiations Bulletin.
A recent study has shown that although men and woman understands the impacts of climate change, their implementation strategies are different. The article discusses a case study of farmers and agriculture in Benin.
Civil Society organisations gathered in February to provide feedback on past activities and discuss and plan on activities for the year ahead.
The combination of climate change impacts and related environmental conditions has made the Northern Cape more susceptible to Malaria. The province has implemented a malaria plan to prevent the spread of the disease.
By Mpfunzeni Tshindane The Adaptation Fund Small Grants Facility (SGF) recently approved two new projects in Mopani District that aim to introduce adaptation measures to
The ClimaTracker app is an innovative geojournalism project that makes complex scientific data accessible in an easy-to-use interactive visualisation. Combined with cutting-edge journalism, it tells
By Derek Morgan The Climate Change Training Program for Rural Human Settlements Program aims to provide support to officials and planning practitioners to respond to
It has become imperative to Africa to understand the impacts of Climate Change and what these hold for our communities. The need to understand Climate information and how to interpret this information thus plays a vital role in resilience.
The Fifth Internal Climate Services Conference convened in Cape Town during 28 February and 02 March 2017. The conference provided a platform to discuss best practices and lessons learned.