The CBA Conference of 2017 was held in Uganda. Participants were eager to discuss and find ways to better integrate ecosystem and community-based solutions in climate adaptation choices, and to share experiences of work done in CBA sector.
The CSIR is currently developing a set of guidelines which aims to support the processes of adapting existing and future South African settlements to climate change. the guidelines will be used for local government decision-making.
SANBI conducts first training workshop on Environmental and Social Policy Risk Dashboard for Namakwa small grant recipients
By Candice Arendse and Mpfunzeni Thsindane The Environmental and Social Policy (ESP) of the Adaptation Fund (AF) is a vital component of the AF’s project
By Cherie Forbes Current rapid changes in global ecosystems and societies have prompted international efforts aimed at capturing resilience of Social-Ecological Systems (SES) and finding
Climate Change impacts have created opportunities for businesses. SEED supports the development of entrepreneurs within the sustainable development and the green economy arena.
The Adaptation Network received funding, for three years, a cycle that is coming to an end at the end of 2017. Alexa Brown, Fundraiser of the Adaptation Network describes the Network’s Fundraising Strategy in an aim to secure sustainable funding for Adaptation Network activities.
The Adaptation Think Tank created a space for a mix of practitioners, scientists, representatives from academia and the private sector to share experiences and learn from each other in the context of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change adaptation.
Decision making processes in African development and what that means for climate science: Insights from Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) Webinar
The role of climate services, climate information access and interpretation is growing in the world of decision making and planning.
Conservation South Africa facilitated a workshop to review the current tools used and available for Eco-based Adaptation (EbA) in South Africa. EbA forms an integral part of planning for sustainable development.
The Adaptation Network hosted a one day workshop in Grahamstown that created a rich space for debates on adaptation for extreme events.