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This paper gives an overview of the political economy analysis of resilience and adaptation to climate change within the context of the country’s broader political economy.
Glasgow COP26 was greatly anticipated. Hopes were high and the publicity very good. Prior to the negotiations starting, diverse voices sounded their expectations. Many were calling for developed countries to honour their climate finance promises and take bold steps toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
A week has now passed since the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP 26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change concluded in Glasgow.
This paper presents evidence on issues, trends and knowledge gaps on gender, social inclusion and resilience in Malawi, with recommendations for policy and practice.
The role of markets in poverty reduction and resilience is often misunderstood. As summarised by Jason Agar of PROSPER Markets, “People are not poor because they are integrated into markets. They are poor because they are NOT integrated into markets”.
5th June will be World Environment Day 2021, with the theme “Reimagine. Recreate. Restore.” The day also marks the beginning of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
Since Malawi's National Forest Landscape Restoration Strategy was established in 2017 to accomplish many social and environmental goals, where does the country stand on progress? Interview with Ms Tangu Tumeo.
Malawi is set to contribute to an Africa-wide forest restoration initiative, the AFR100, by implementing its forest restoration strategy.
The last film in the 'Market Voices' series highlights the allure of agricultural cooperatives, which could overcome mistrust between farmers and buyers and create fairer trading conditions.