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Capacitating Farmers and Fishers to Manage Climate Risks in South Asia (CaFFSA)
Climate variability has a profound influence on fisheries and agriculture in South Asia, including the service industry and value chains. Progress in weather and sub-seasonal/seasonal forecasting has significantly increased ...
Vertical agriculture: Suspended horticulture in towers
The farmers of Bangladesh face many challenges associated with climate change and increases in population. Rising salinity, waterlogging, flooding and storm surges, coupled with a growing population that is expected to ...
Fish ring microhabitats: Resilience in rice field fisheries
A habitat is the environment where species such as fish live, feed and breed. A small, specialized area of a habitat (a microhabitat) can be created and managed as a way to attract and encourage a species to use the ...
Climate-smart house: Housing that is cyclone resistant and food, energy and water efficient in Bangladesh
Since cyclones Sidr (2007) and Aila (2009), communities in southern Bangladesh have increasingly needed to protect their homes and livelihoods from destructive natural disasters. WorldFish embarked on a climate-resilient ...
The why, what, who and how of scaling agricultural innovations: Key messages from the CCAFS SEA and cross-CRP Scaling Conference, Hanoi 2018
The brief discusses the key messages that transpired during the Conference on Scaling held on 29-30 November 2018 at the Melia Hotel in Hanoi, hosted by CCAFS SEA, co-hosted by ACIAR and GIZ, and funded by a CCAFS Small ...
Vertical agriculture: Homestead horticulture suspended in sacks
Suspending horticulture in sacks above the ground can result in higher levels of productivity for vegetables when the challenges of unfertile or saline soil, flooding, waterlogging, and land and water constraints are ...