Climate impacts social and economic development across sectors, in numerous ways. Each sector also has unique opportunities to contribute to climate solutions. USAID integrates climate change in development programming across a variety of technical fields.
The Mara River Basin is facing critical pressures from population growth, economic development, and the land use changes these bring, posing significant challenges for water resources management, livelihoods and wildlife.
At the February 7 Adaptation Community Meeting, Ashley Moran from the University of Texas at Austin presented the findings from a global USAID study on the intersection of global fragility and climate risks.
This webinar-based Adaptation Community Meeting features a presentation from USAID’s Center for Resilience and the State Fragility Initiative at the University of Texas at Austin on the key results of a groundbreaking study on state fragility and climate risks.
This report presents information on the WWF Conservation and Adaptation in Asia’s High Mountain Landscapes and Communities Project (“Asia High Mountains” or AHM Project), a USAID-funded project which aims to galvanize greater understanding and action at local, national, and regional levels to conserve the iconic snow leopard.