To address impacts on Lombok and minimise future effects of climate change, it is critical that action is taken now to adapt and build resilience, particularly for vulnerable groups such as women and girls who face additional barriers.
This article employs the Protection Motivation Theory framework to identify critical factors that determine the flood damage mitigation behaviour of micro, small and medium enterprises in three neighbourhoods of Kampala, Uganda.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)
This report is geared toward helping project managers develop appropriate gender-related targets for climate projects and a suitable Monitoring, Evaluating and Learning (MEL) system to track achievement over time.
This paper seeks to answer the question whether climate change may have affected the characteristics of a specific extreme event or whether such event would have even been possible in the absence of climate change.