Recent Submissions

  • Developing Climate Information Services for Aquaculture in Bangladesh: A Decision Framework for Managing Temperature and Rainfall Variability-Induced Risks 

    Hossain, P.R.; Amjath-Babu, T.; Krupnik, T.J.; Braun, M.; Mohammed, E.; Phillips, M.J.; Peerzadi Rumana Hossain: 0000-0002-1125-284X; Michael John Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286
    Type: Journal Article
    Climate information services (CIS) are increasingly in demand to assist farmers in managing risks associated with climate variability and extremes experienced in food production. However, there are significant gaps in the ...
  • Environmental compliance in aquaculture 

    Rahman, M.; Anisuzzaman, A.
    Type: Video
    The 22CFR216 made USAID legally responsible and accountable to ensure environmental compliance in all of its activities. The Feed the Future Bangladesh Aquaculture and Nutrition Activity received environmental clearance ...
  • Gender equality in climate policy and practice hindered by assumptions 

    Lau, J.; Kleiber, D.L.; Lawless, S.; Cohen, P.J.; Jacqueline Lau: 0000-0002-0403-8423; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943 (2021)
    Type: Journal Article
    Gender has a powerful influence on people’s experience of, and resilience to, climate change. Global climate change policy is committed to tackling gender inequalities in mitigation and adaptation. However, progress is ...
  • Who you know matters for climate change adaptation 

    Barnes, M.; Lau, J.; Jacqueline Lau: 0000-0002-0403-8423 (2020)
    Type: Blog
    Coastal communities around the world are already facing the trials and tribulations wrought by climate change. On an atoll island in Papua New Guinea, we examine the social factors that shape whether and how households adapt.
  • Social determinants of adaptive and transformative responses to climate change 

    Barnes, M.; Wang, P.; Cinner, J.; Graham, N.; Guerrero, A.M.; Jasny, L.; Lau, J.; Sutcliffe, S.; Zamborain-Mason, J.; Jacqueline Lau: 0000-0002-0403-8423 (2020)
    Type: Journal Article
    To cope effectively with the impacts of climate change, people will need to change existing practices or behaviours within existing social-ecological systems (adaptation) or enact more fundamental changes that can alter ...
  • Climate change, tropical fisheries and prospects for sustainable development 

    Lam, V.W.; Allison, E.; Bell, J.; Blythe, J.; Cheung, W.W.; Frölicher, T.; Gasalla, M.L.; Sumaila, U.
    Type: Journal Article
    Tropical fisheries substantially contribute to the well-being of societies in both the tropics and the extratropics, the latter through ‘telecoupling’ — linkages between distant human–natural systems. Tropical marine ...
  • Climate change and our ailing oceans 

    WorldFish (2019)
    Type: Other (Infographic)
    Infographics on effect of climate change on our oceans.
  • Video on Climate Risk Reduction in Aquaculture 

    Rahman, M.; Anisuzzaman, A.
    Type: Video
    Just like feed, lime, fertilizer, and so on, weather is an input for aquaculture. We grow fish better in good weather. Unfavorable weather events hamper the growth of fish. This is a risk for all farmers, but our farmers ...
  • Climate risk management in fish hatchery and pond aquaculture 

    Rahman, M.; Anisuzzaman, A.; Aleem, N.
    Type: Video
    The theme of the video is on to popularize environmental compliance and climate change adaptation in pond aquaculture and fish hatcheries with emphasis on biosecurity, fish health, safe food, etc. The video contains English ...
  • A training dialogue report: Introduction to Climate Services for Aquaculture 

    Hossain, P.R.; Braun, M.; Amjath Babu, T.S.; Islam, S.; Anjum, F.; Peerzadi Rumana Hossain: 0000-0002-1125-284X (2020)
    Type: Report
    Aquaculture is critically important to food and nutrition security in Bangladesh. It provides 60 percent of animal protein requirements for Bangladeshis and makes up 3.65 percent of the country’s GDP . It has pulled more ...
  • A step-by-step practical guide for participatory prioritization of climate smart aquaculture in Myanmar 

    Shikuku, K.M.; Van Tran, N.; Khin, M.; Kelvin Mashisia Shikuku: 0000-0003-2290-074X; Nhuong Van Tran: 0000-0002-1813-4571 (2019)
    Type: Manual
    This document describes a participatory methodology developed to help in prioritization of climate smart aquaculture technologies and practices in Myanmar.
  • Escaping the perfect storm of simultaneous climate change impacts on agriculture and marine fisheries 

    Thiault, L.; Cinner, J.; Graham, N.; Mora, C.; Cheung, W.W.; Januchowski-Hartley, F.A.; Mouillot, D.; Sumaila, U.; Claudet, J. (2019)
    Type: Journal Article
    Climate change can alter conditions that sustain food production and availability, with cascading consequences for food security and global economies. Here, we evaluate the vulnerability of societies to the simultaneous ...
  • Can climate-smart aquaculture enable women's empowerment in rural Bangladesh? 

    Colgan, J.; McDougall, C.; Murray, U.; Spillane, C.; McKeown, P.; Hossain, M.; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813; Md. Emdad Hossain: 0000-0001-5077-8740 (2019)
    Type: Brief
    Climate-smart aquaculture provides a means to ensure sustainable fish supply to those who experience negative impacts of climate change. However, there has been little research on possible benefits of climatesmart aquaculture ...
  • The physical environment 

    Mines, A.N.; Pauly, D.; Navaluna, N.A.; Vakily, J.M. (1982)
    Type: Book Chapter
    A brief review is given of those physical features of San Miguel Bay, Philippines, which have an impact on the Bay's fisheries. These features are: the climate conditions, notably the strong winds during the northeast ...
  • USAID_Feed the Future Cambodia-Rice Field Fisheries II project_Semi annual report April 2018 - Sept 2018 

    Kura, Yumiko
    Type: Donor Report
    This fifth semi-annual report (#5) summarizes the progress of the Feed the Future Cambodia Rice Field Fisheries II project (RFF II) over a period of six months from April 01, 2018 to September 30, 2018. The majority of ...
  • USAID_Feed the Future Cambodia-Rice Field Fisheries II project (2016 - 2021)_Semi annual report April 2017 - Sept 2017 

    Kura, Yumiko
    Type: Donor Report
    This third semi-annual report (#3) summarizes the progress over a period of 6 months from 01 April 2017 to 30 September 2017. All activities as prescribed in the annual work plan for Year 2 of the project (April 2017-March ...
  • IFAD_Climate adaptation and livelihood protection (CLAIP)_July 2018 

    Khan, A K M Firoz
    Type: Donor Report
    CALIP activities has been carried out with all five targeted districts for the period of November, 2017 to June 2018, which are reported in this annual report. WorldFish has been implemented the project targeted activities ...
  • The climate and eastern ocean systems project 

    Bakun, A.; Christensen, V.; Curtis, C.; Cury, P.; Durand, M.H.; Husby, D.; Mendelssohn, R.; Mendo, J.; Parrish, R.; Pauly, D.; Roy, C. (1992)
    Type: Journal Article
    A brief description of the NMFS/ORSTOM/ILCARM climate and Eastern Ocean systems (CEOS) project is given. CEOS will study the four major eastern boundary current regions (Peru/Chile, California, Northwest and Southwest ...
  • The impacts of El Nino on Philippine fisheries 

    Guerrero III, R.D. (1999)
    Type: Journal Article
    The El Nino phenomenon is an "anomalous climatic condition in the tropical Pacific region which occurs every two to seven years and affects the global climate". There is a greater increase in the water surface temperature ...
  • Building adaptive capacity to climate change; approaches applied in five diverse fisheries settings 

    Roscher, M.B.; Eam, D.; Suri, S.; Van Der Ploeg, J.; Mills, D.J.; Nagoli, J.; Cohen, P.J.; Cinner, J.; Hossain, M.; Matthew B Roscher: 0000-0002-3408-8763; Sharon Suri: 0000-0003-3064-7991; David Jonathan Mills: 0000-0003-0181-843X; Joseph Nagoli: 0000-0002-8919-1397; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943; Md. Emdad Hossain: 0000-0001-5077-8740 (2018)
    Type: Brief
    Climate change poses a range of risks to coastal and inland rural communities in the global tropics. People living within these communities depend directly on physical and natural environments for income, food and their ...

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