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    • Participatory action research on climate risk management, Bangladesh 

      Braun, M.; Saroar, M (2012)
      Type: Working Paper
      The rural populations of southern Bangladesh are some of the most vulnerable communities in the world to the future impacts of climate change. They are particularly at risk from floods, waterlogged soils, and increasing ...
    • Planning the use of fish for food security in Solomon Islands 

      Weeratunge, N.; Pemsl, D.; Rodriguez, P.; Chen, O.L.; Badjeck, M.C.; Schwarz, A.M.; Paul, C.; Prange, J.; Kelling, I. (2011)
      Type: Report
      This study was funded through the USAID-supported Coral Triangle Support Partnership (CTSP). This study provides an insight into the changing demand for fish in the Solomon Islands over the next 20 years. It supports US ...
    • Planning the use of fish for food security in Solomon Islands 

      Weeratunge, N.; Pemsl, D.; Rodriguez, P.; Chen, O.L.; Badjeck, M.C.; Schwarz, A.M.; Paul, C.; Prange, J.; Kelling, I. (2011)
      Type: Report
      This study was funded through the USAID-supported Coral Triangle Support Partnership (CTSP). As part of the US CTI Support Program, CTSP is part of the United States Government’s commitment to promote the sustainable ...
    • Planning the use of fish for food security in the Pacific 

      The WorldFish Center (2008)
      Type: Brief
      Fish is a mainstay of food security for Pacific island countries and territories (PICTs). Diversifying the supply of fish will make rural households in the Pacific more resilient to natural disasters, social and political ...
    • Planning the use of fish for food security in the Pacific 

      Bell, J.D.; Kronen, M.; Vunisea, A.; Nash, W.J.; Keeble, G.; Demmke, A.; Pontifex, S.; Andréfouët, S. (2009)
      Type: Journal Article
      Fish is a mainstay of food security for Pacific island countries and territories (PICTs). Recent household income and expenditure surveys, and socio-economic surveys, demonstrate that subsistence fishing still provides the ...
    • Predicting the impacts and socio-economic consequences of climate change on global marine ecosystems and fisheries: the QUEST_Fish framework 

      Barange, M.; Allen, I.; Allison, E.; Badjeck, M.C. et al. (2011)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Climate change is accelerating and is already affecting the marine environment. Estimating the effects of climate change on the production of fish resources, and their dependent societies, is complex because of: difficulties ...
    • Reconceptualising adaptation to climate change as part of pathways of change and response 

      Wise, R.M.; Fazey, I.; Stafford Smith, M.; Park, S.E.; Eakin, H.C.; van Garderen, E.R.M.A.; Campbell, B. (2014)
      Type: Journal Article
      The need to adapt to climate change is now widely recognised as evidence of its impacts on social and natural systems grows and greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated. Yet efforts to adapt to climate change, as reported ...
    • Responses to climate change: adaptation pathways to change 

      WorldFish (2012)
      Type: Other-Factsheet
      This project, Responding to Climate Change Using an Adaptation Pathways and Decision-making Approach, funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), aims to strengthen coastal and marine resource management in the Coral ...
    • Rethinking agriculture in the Greater Mekong subregion: how to sustainably meet food needs, enhance ecosystem services and cope with climate change 

      Johnston, R.M.; Hoanh, C.T.; Lacombe, G.; Noble, A.N.; Smakhtin, V.; Suhardiman, D.; Kam, S.P.; Choo, P.S. (2010)
      Type: Journal Article
      Nations of the Greater Mekong Subregion need to ‘rethink’ their agricultural industries to meet future food needs, given the social shifts and climate changes that are forecast for the coming decades. With better farming ...
    • Sea level rise and tigers: predicted impacts to Bangladesh's Sundarbans mangroves: a letter 

      Loucks, C.; Barber-Meyer, S.; Hossain, M.A.A.; Barlow, A.; Chowdhury, R.M. (2010)
      Type: Journal Article
      The Sundarbans mangrove ecosystem, shared by India and Bangladesh, is recognized as a global priority for biodiversity conservation. Sea level rise, due to climate change, threatens the long term persistence of the Sundarbans ...
    • Seasonal dynamics of physico-chemical characteristics and biological responses of Lake Chilwa, Southern Africa 

      Macuiane, M.; Kaunda, E.K.W.; Jamu, D.M. (2011)
      Type: Journal Article
      Lake Chilwa is shared by Malawi and Mozambique, it supports an important fishery and its watershed is undergoing rapid population growth and increasing utilization for agricultural production. It is a shallow, closed basin ...
    • Solomon Islands State of the Coral Triangle Report: Summary 

      Coral Triangle Support Partnership (2011)
      Type: Report
      The Solomon Islands National Plan of Action (SI-NPOA): Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security (CTI-CFF) provides visionary guidance for the management of coral reefs and related ecosystems ...
    • State of the Coral Triangle Reports 

      Asian Development Bank (2014)
      Type: Report
      These publications, consisting of a Regional State of the Coral Triangle report with six corresponding country-level State of the Coral Triangle reports, identify key issues that decision makers must address if sustainable ...
    • Sub-Saharan fish trade and nutrition in a changing climate 

      The WorldFish Center (2011)
      Type: Other-Factsheet
      There is an increasing ‘fish gap’ in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), where fish supplies have failed to keep pace with the region’s growing demand. Despite the high dependence on fish for nutrition in much of the region, consumption ...
    • 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 future is now: how scenarios can help Senegalese and Mauritanian fisheries adapt to climate change 

      Badjeck, M.C.; Diop, N. (2010)
      Type: Journal Article
      Localized changes in the productivity of marine and inland waters induced by climate change will pose new challenges to the fishery and the aquaculture sectors in West Africa. However, climate change does not occur in ...
    • The Impact of aquatic salinization on fish habitats and poor communities in a changing climate: Evidence from southwest coastal Bangladesh 

      Dasgupta, S.; Huq, M.; Mustafa, M.G.; Sobhan, M.I.; Wheeler, D. (2017)
      Type: Journal Article
      Fisheries constitute an important source of livelihoods for tens of thousands of poor people in the southwest coastal region of Bangladesh, and they supply a significant portion of protein for millions. Among the various ...
    • 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 ...
    • The Implications of global climate change for molluscan aquaculture 

      Allison, E.H.; Badjeck, M.C.; Meinhold, K. (2011)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Climate change is leading to alterations in the basic biophysical processes that determine the ecological structure and function of the oceans. This will have an impact on the future of molluscan shellfish farming. The ...
    • The Landscape of leadership in environmental governance: a Case study from Solomon Islands 

      Evans, L.S.; Cohen, P.J.; Case, P.; Hicks, C.C.; Prideaux, M.; Mills, D.J.; Philippa Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943 (2017)
      Type: Journal Article
      Sustainability science suggests a core set of factors that foster significant change in governance, with leaders and entrepreneurs often identified as the main instigators. Discussions of leadership in governance transformations ...