By building trust, sharing skills, and supporting a platform for co-creation, these projects from Taiwan, the Philippines and Kenya show how experts and communities can work together for a shared future of urban resilience.
Urban adaptation interventions that are co-developed with decision-makers and communities are more effective, suggests learnings from Global South projects FRACTAL and DARAJA.
Less than 4% of global climate change research funding is spent in Africa. Of the estimated USD 1.26 billion in funding earmarked for Africa-related research on climate impacts, mitigation and adaptation, less than 15% goes to local research institutions.
A global adaptation micro-grant initiative is supporting a project which aims to transform climate-smart agricultural techniques in Madagascar.
Jane Weru talks about action research projects in Mukuru, Kenya
The Adaptation Research Alliance (ARA) has co-developed a framework for action research in adaptation that results in real-world solutions for those at the frontline...