Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change

April 2014

CSDi Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change Newsletter

April’s 45 Top Resources: Climate | Adaptation | Climate Smart Ag. | Climate Finance


Dear Climate-L Colleagues,


We encounter so many excellent adaptation and climate change resources that we are sharing them in a special issue newsletter:


April Newsletter Summary:

Find current, downloadable tools and documents on these and other themes:

  • How to win the argument on climate change – a five-point plan
  • How NOT to do climate aid
  • U.N. climate panel: Governments must do more in face of dire global-warming threats
  • Integrating climate change in the post-2015 development agenda
  • What the climate movement must learn from the fight against AIDS
  • Where the rain falls: Evidence from 8 countries on how vulnerable households use migration to manage the risk of rainfall variability and food insecurity
  • AfDB climate finance newsletter
  • Adaptation Frontiers: European Climate Change Adaptation Research and Practice Presentation PDFs
  • Adaptation to climate change in water, sanitation and hygiene – assessing risks, appraising options in Africa
  • The economics of climate change adaptation in Africa’s water sector: a review and a way forward
  • Africa Adaptation Newsletter Issue 5
  • Close to home: sub national strategies for climate compatible development
  • Extreme vulnerability of smallholder farmers to agricultural risks and climate change in Madagascar
  • Climate-smart landscapes: Opportunities and challenges for integrating adaptation and mitigation in tropical agricultural landscapes
  • Innovation in smallholder farming in Africa: recent advances & recommendations


Link: April Newsletter


Questions? Please feel free to contact me.



Tim Magee

Center for Sustainable Development


Tim Magee is the author of A Field Guide to Community Based Adaptation published by Routledge, Oxford, England.


The Center for Sustainable Development specializes in providing sound, evidence-based information, tools and training for humanitarian development professionals worldwide. CSDi is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.




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