IPS Study: Demand For Climate Insurance For Dry Zone Farmers In Sri Lanka

The ‘Demand for Climate Insurance for Dry Zone Farmers in Sri Lanka’ is a study conducted by IPS (Institute of Policy Studies) research economist Kanchana Wickramasinghe with an aim to assess the possible role of climate insurance in facing the impacts of climate change on agriculture and the relevant policy implications. The study is technically and…

Environmental Degradation And Climate Change Adaptation In Pakistan

Earth Trust (IET) is a Pakistan based, not-for-profit organization working in the area of sustainable development. With “Development with Dignity” as its motto, IET firmly believes in working towards a sustainable development that will enhance the lives of future generations in the Rural Areas of Sindh and Baluchistan. All their programmes are encompassed within an…

Sri Lankan Tea Farmers Fight Deforestation And Climate Change

The Rainforest Alliance’s latest video showcases efforts to train Sri Lankan smallholder tea farmers in innovative weed-control methods, which is an important aspect of sustainable agriculture. Over the past 150 years, Sri Lanka’s tea growers have set high standards with its world-renowned Ceylon Tea. Despite the forests surrounding the estates being crucial in giving the tea…