From climate change impacts to price fluctuations, producing tea can be a volatile business. Here's how some of the world’s major tea-producing countries are making the industry more stable—and sustainable.
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This episode introduces you to the African Great Lakes and explains why they matter to so many people.
Webinar on Informing National Governments’ Efforts to Scale Up Finance for Adaptation: Where to next?
This webinar elaborates on the adaptation finance gap in developing countries, identifies the knowledge gaps that impede the capacity of developing countries to scale up financing for adaptation, and discusses ways in which these knowledge gaps might be overcome.
Virtual Fireside Chat: How Two Continents Are Working Together to Improve The Health Of The African Great Lakes
Did you know that scientists across North America and Africa are putting their heads—and expertise—together on issues including algal blooms, climate change, invasive species, fragile fisheries, to name but a few, to improve the health of the African Great Lakes?
Scientists and researchers from across North America and Africa will be coming together to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing the African Great Lakes.
World-class scientists and researchers from across North America and Africa are putting their heads together to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing the African Great Lakes today.
This case study on Kenya is part of a series of briefs focusing on alignment of country efforts under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.
IISD convened key representatives from all segments of the Kenyan tea value chain for a multistakeholder meeting of the sector, held on March 6, 2019, in Nairobi, Kenya.
This NAP Global Network Country Brief presents Kenya’s experience with the design of its adaptation monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system.
This report explores existing institutional linkages between gender, water and climate change in Kenya.