This study focused on peri-urban areas outside Bangalore to understand how forces of development, urbanisation and climate change are shaping these places.
Vulnerability assessments are necessary to ensure local communities adequately cope and adapt to both extreme events and climate change impacts.
Working with local partners at three cities on this project on climate change communication to build city resilience, the research team realized there were a number of misunderstanding concerning communication.
Coordination of activities undertaken by water users and water service providers for the short-term planning of the use and delivery of water resources while taking into account the end of rainy season outcomes.
The formalization of RWH at the household and community level to improve water quality, the sharing of availability information, inclusion of extra storage for climate variability.
The ecosystems and livelihoods of the Ugandan population are threatened by climate change, which is manifested in escalating droughts, floods, and variability in the seasons.
Fish farmers who are well connected with other fish farmers, whether it is through informal networks, clubs or formal associations, have better access to information about climate risks and options to manage these risks.
Fish farmers adjust stocking practices at different times of the year to take into account seasonally-varying risks of floods and droughts at their location.
The Can Tho researching group focused on the concerns of school children with respect to climate change by utilizing fun and interactive communication tools involving songs and flash mob competitions.
Researchers in the Quy Nhon region used game theory approaches to communicate local impacts related to climate change to city planners and policy makers.