PRISE at Adaptation Futures 2016: discover how the PRISE consortium will be leading the debate on building economic resilience to climate change in semi-arid regions.
Kashif Salik, PRISE Research Associate, from the Sustainable Development Policy Institute in Islamabad, will join the DECCMA team at the University of Southampton to complete a PhD on climate-induced migration.
How can the supply chain in Pakistan’s cotton-growing and manufacturing sectors be made more resilient to climate change impacts? This documentary examines the issues economic decision makers, policy makers, manufacturers and farmers face as they work with PRISE to build economic resilience to climate change.
Building on the PRISE project’s demand-led approach, extensive consultations between the research team and key stakeholders in Year 1 of the project have led to the emergence of seven research areas, focused on semi-arid regions, to form the foundation of PRISE’s research focus from Years 2 to 4.
Discover about the experiences of people living in semi-arid areas of Senegal, the obstacles they face and the economic opportunities they are harnessing to build resilience to climate change.
After much hard work and dedication, the PRISE team is delighted to launch its project webpage.
Climate change recognised as a ‘serious threat’ to sustainable economic growth in Senegal.
The Sustainable Development Policy Institute on the impact of climate change as a driver of rural-urban migration in Pakistan.