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…

Mountain Men And Women Adapting To Climate Change – A Photo Story From Nepal

Climate change is taking place at a rapid pace, exacerbating pressures on fragile ecosystems and human well-being. Ecosystems of the Himalayas like in the Hindu-Kush and communities dependent on them for a livelihood and other services are highly vulnerable to climate related risks. Traditionally local communities have been adjusting to climatic and environmental changes and therefore…