With Or Without Water: Coping With Climate Change In Bangladesh

Bangladesh frequently faces crucial natural behavior not only for its geographical position but also for the rapid changing of world climate which is largely caused by human activity. The effects of global climate change are evident now, as the people across the planet are experiencing through irregular weather conditions. These effects are multidimensional. Among the…

Climate Smart Agriculture In Nepal

Nepal is a predominantly rural society with agriculture accounting for more than a third of its gross domestic product. Recent temperature rises and reduction in winter rainfall have been affecting productivity and the livelihoods of the most vulnerable populations. A CDKN-supported project on Economic Impact Assessments of Climate Change in Nepal identified agriculture as highly vulnerable to the…

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…