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.
Cities, with substantial residential populations, expect to receive priority access to water over communities in rural areas. In semi-arid regions – which face climate variability and increasing pressure on water resources, what are the practical steps that key policy and decision makers should take to ensure an allocation of water resources between urban and rural areas that helps improve lives and livelihoods in both cities and country? This blog examines the issues in the context of Burkina Faso.
Les villes ayant une concentration importante de populations s’attendent à bénéficier prioritairement des ressources en eau. Dans les régions semi-arides avec une variabilité climatique et une pression sur les ressources en eau croissante, quelles sont les actions que les décideurs et leurs conseillers doivent mettre en œuvre afin d’assurer une répartition des ressources en eau entre les villes et les campagnes contribuant à améliorer lavie quotidienne des populations tant dans les centres urbains que dans les zones rurales ? Ce blog examine ces questions dans le contexte du Burkina Faso.
As the debate about migration continues, how can public policy help reduce the negative impacts of migration? And why is there a need for greater clarity on the legal status of environmental migrants?
As we move closer to UNFCCC COP21, policy and decision makers must act to help save the glaciers of Tajikistan, build economic resilience and stability, and strengthen food and energy security in the Central Asian country.
While the current monsoon season continues in Pakistan, the July rains have revealed that despite recurrent floods for the last five years, we still lack the right set of policies and practices.
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.