Tiempo: Special issue on community-based adaptation

Written by Sturle Hauge Simonsen

Friday, 08 August 2008 01:00

Adaptation strategies in the Arctic, tea farming in South Africa, increasing resilience in Nepal: Read the latest issue of Tiempo here.

The July issue of the quarterly bulletin Tiempo is dedicated to studies of community-based adaptation in the Arctic, Nepal and South Africa:

- Barry Smit outlines the effects of a changing climate on Arctic people and describes their adaptation strategies.

- Dinanath Bhandari and Gehendra Gurung describe community-based community-based adaptation activities in a watershed in Nepal.

- Bimal Regmi describes three community-based adaptation activities used to combat climate change impacts on agriculture in Nepal.

- Adéle Arendse and Rosa Blauuw describe a project helping rooibos tea farmers in South Africa adapt to local climatic changes.

Download the latest issue here:

Issue 68, low resolution (1.6Mb)

Issue 68, high resolution (7.0Mb)

About Tiempo

Tiempo has, since its foundation in 1991, established a strong reputation as the only global publication on climate change with the mandate of providing a voice for commentators on developing country issues and a forum for north-south debate.