Publications

Dr Katharine Vincent publishes regularly in the academic (peer-reviewed) literature, as well as giving papers at conferences, and often invited presentations. Many of our assignments also involve the production of technical reports, guidebooks, toolkits and other written material, which we make available through this site. If a hyperlink is not available it is either due to copyright or confidentiality clauses. Please feel free to browse the publications.

Academic peer-reviewed

 

2022

Visman, E., Vincent, K., Steynor, A., Karani, I. and Mwangi, E. 2022. Defining metrics for monitoring and evaluating the impact of co-production in climate services, Climate Services 26, 100297

Vincent, K., Archer, E., Bruno Soares, M., Dougill, A. and Funk, C. 2022. Editorial: Extreme events in developing countries. Frontiers in Climate. 13 April 2022.

Vincent, K. 2022. Development Geography I: Co-production. Progress in Human Geography 46(3), 890-897.

Surminski, S., Barnes, J. and Vincent, K. 2022. Can insurance catalyse government planning on climate? Emergent evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa, World Development 153, 105830.

Harvey, B., Huang, Y-S., Araujo, J., Vincent, K. and Sabiiti, G. 2022. Breaking vicious cycles? A systems perspective on Southern leadership in climate and development research programmesClimate and Development

 

2021

Werners, S.E., Sparkes, E., Totin, E., Abel, N., Bhadwal, S., Butler, J.R.A., Douxchamps, S., James, H., Methner, N., Siebeneck, J., Stringer, L.C., Vincent, K., Wise, R.M. and Tebboth, M.G.L. 2021. Advancing climate resilient development pathways since the IPCC’s fifth assessment reportEnvironmental Science and Policy 126, 168-176.

Mittal, N., Rowell, D.P., Dougill, A.J., Becker, B., Marsham, J.H., Bore, J., Tallontire, A., Vincent, K., Mkwambisi, D. and Sang, J. 2021. Tailored climate projections to assess site-specific vulnerability of tea productionClimate Risk Management 34, 100367.

Cundill, G., Singh, C., Adger, W.N., Safra de Campos, R., Vincent, K., Tebboth, M. and Maharjan, A. 2021. Toward a climate mobilities research agenda: Intersectionality, immobility, and policy responses. Global Environmental Change 69, 102315.

Whitfield, S., Apgar, M., Chabvuta, C., Challinor, A., Deering, K., Dougill, A., Gulzar, A., Kalaba, F., Lamanna, C., Manyonga, D., Naess, L.O., Quinn, C.H., Rosenstock, T.S., Sallu, S.M., Schreckenberg, K., Smith, H.E., Smith, R., Steward, P. and Vincent. K. 2021. A framework for examining justice in food system transformations researchNature Food https://doi.org/10.1038/s43016-021-00304-x.

Henriksson, R., Vincent, K. and Naidoo, K. 2021. Exploring the adaptive capacity of sugarcane contract farming schemes in the face of extreme events. Frontiers in Climate 3, 578544.

Siderius, C., Kolusu, S.R., Todd, M.C., Bhave, A.G., Dougill, A.J., Reason, C.C.J., Mkwambisi, D.D., Kashaigili, J.J., Pardoe, J., Harou, J.J., Vincent, K., Hart, N.C.G., James, R., Washington, R., Geressu, R.T. and Conway, D. 2021. Climate variability affects water-energy-food infrastructure performance in East AfricaOne Earth 4, 1-13.

Vincent, K., Safra de Campos, R., Lazar, A. and Begum, A. 2021. Gender, migration and environmental change in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna delta. In Hans, A., Rao, N., Prakash, A. and Patel, A. (eds). Engendering Climate Change: Learnings from South Asia. Routledge. p152-171.

Vincent, K. and Cundill, G. 2021. The evolution of empirical adaptation research in the global South from 2010 to 2020Climate and Development DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2021.1877104

Harvey, B., Huang, Y-S., Araujo, J., Vincent, K. Roux, J-P., Rouhaud, E. and Visman, E. 2021. Mobilizing climate information for decision-making in Africa: Contrasting user-centred and knowledge-centred approachesFrontiers in Climate 2, 589282.

Vincent, K. and Conway, D. 2021. Key Issues and Progress in Understanding Climate Risk in Africa. In Conway, D. and Vincent, K. (eds) 2021. Climate Risk in Africa. Adaptation and Resilience. Palgrave. p1-16.

Vincent, K.,  Steynor, A., McClure, A., Visman, E., Waagsaether, K.L., Carter, S. and Mittal, N. 2021. Co-production: Learning from Contexts. In Conway, D. and Vincent, K. (eds) 2021. Climate Risk in Africa. Adaptation and Resilience. Palgrave. p37-56.

Tembo-Nhlema, D., Vincent, K. and Henriksson, R. 2021. Creating Useful and Usable Weather and Climate Information: Insights from Participatory Scenario Planning in Malawi. In Conway, D. and Vincent, K. (eds) 2021. Climate Risk in Africa. Adaptation and Resilience. Palgrave. p77-92.

Conway, D. and Vincent, K. 2021. Conversations About Climate Risk, Adaptation and Resilience in Africa. In Conway, D. and Vincent, K. (eds) 2021. Climate Risk in Africa. Adaptation and Resilience. Palgrave. p147-162.

Conway, D. and Vincent, K. (eds) 2021. Climate Risk in Africa. Adaptation and Resilience. Palgrave.

Eriksen, S., Schipper, E.L.F., Scoville-Simonds, M., Vincent, K., Adam, H.N., Brooks, N., Harding, B., Khatri, D., Lenaerts, L., Liverman, D., Mills-Novoa, M., Mosberg, M., Movik, S., Muok, B., Nightingale, A., Ojha, H., Sygna, L., Taylor, M. and West, J.J. 2021. Adaptation interventions and their effect on vulnerability in developing countries: Help, hindrance or irrelevance? World Development 141, 105383.

Werners, S.E., Wise, R.M., Butler, J.R.A., Totin, E. and Vincent, K. 2021. Adaptation pathways: A review of approaches and a learning frameworkEnvironmental Science and Policy 116, 266-275.

 

2020

Vincent, K., Archer, E., Henriksson, R., Pardoe, J. and Mittal, N. 2020. Reflections on a key component of co-producing climate services: Defining climate metrics from user needsClimate Services. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cliser.2020.100204

Pardoe, J., Vincent, K., Conway, D., Archer, E., Dougill, A.J., Mkwambisi, D. and Tembo-Nhlema, D. 2020. Evolution of national climate adaptation agendas in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia: the role of national leadership and international donorsRegional Environmental Change 20, 118.

Currie-Alder, B., Cundill, G., Scodanibbio, L., Vincent, K., Prakash, A. and Nathe, N. 2020. Managing collaborative research: insights from a multi-consortium programme on climate adaptation across Africa and South AsiaRegional Environmental Change 20, 117.

Vincent, K., Carter, S., Steynor, A., Visman, E. and Lund Waagsaether, K. 2020. Addressing power imbalances in co-productionNature Climate Change https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-020-00910-w

Henriksson, R., Vincent, K., Archer, E. and Jewitt, G. 2020. Understanding gender differences in availability, accessibility and use of climate information among smallholder farmers in MalawiClimate and Development 13(6), 503-514. DOI:10.1080/17565529.2020.1806777

Vincent, K., Conway, D., Dougill, A.J., Pardoe, J., Archer, E., Bhave, A.G., Henriksson, R., Mittal, N., Mkwambisi, D., Rouhaud, E. and Tembo-Nhlema, D. 2020. Re-balancing climate services to inform climate-resilient planning – A conceptual framework and illustrations from sub-Saharan AfricaClimate Risk Management 29, 100242.

Maharjan, A., Safra de Campos, R., Singh, C., Das, S., Srinivas, A., Bhuiyan, M.R.A., Ishaq, S., Umar, M.A., Dilshad, T.,  Shrestha, K., Bhadwal, S., Ghosh, T., Suckall, S. and Vincent, K. 2020. Migration and household adaptation in climate-sensitive hotspots in south AsiaCurrent Climate Change Reports https://doi.org/10.1007/s40641-020-00153-z

Nicholls, R.J., Adger, W.N., Hutton, C.W., Hanson, S.E., Lázár, A.N., Vincent, K., Allan, A., Tompkins, E.L., Arto, I., Rahman, M.M., Hazra, S. and Codjoe, S.N.A. 2020. Sustainable deltas in the Anthropocene. In Nicholls, R.J., Adger, W.N., Hutton, C.W. and Hanson, S.E. Deltas in the Anthropocene. Palgrave. p247-279.

Tompkins, E.L., Vincent, K., Suckall, N., Rahman, R., Ghosh, T., Mensah, A., Anderson, K., Chapman, A., Prati, G., Hutton, C.W., Day, S. and Price, V. 2020. Adapting to change: People and policies. In Nicholls, R.J., Adger, W.N., Hutton, C.W. and Hanson, S.E. Deltas in the Anthropocene. Palgrave. p201-222.

 

2019

Mataya, D.C., Vincent, K. and Dougill, A.J. 2019. How can we effectively build capacity to adapt to climate change? Insights from MalawiClimate and Development 12(9), 781-790.

Rao, N., Mishra, A., Prakash, A., Singh, C., Qaisrani, A., Poonacha, P., Vincent, K. and Bedelian, C. 2019. A qualitative comparative analysis of women’s agency and adaptive capacity in climate change hotspots in Asia and Africa. Nature Climate Change 9, 964–971

Cundill, G., Harvey, B., Tebboth, M., Cochrane, L., Currie-Alder, B., Vincent, K., Lawn, J., Nicholls, R.J., Scodanibbio, L., Prakash, A., New, M., Wester, P., Leone, M., Morchain, D., Ludi, E., DeMaria-Kinney, J., Khan, A. and Landry, M.E., 2019. Large-Scale Transdisciplinary Collaboration for Adaptation Research: Challenges and InsightsGlobal Challenges 3(4)1700132

Suckall, N., Tompkins, E.L and Vincent, K. 2019. A framework to analyse the implications of coastal transformation on inclusive developmentEnvironmental Science and Policy 96, 64-69.

 

2018

Vincent, K., Daly, M., Scannell, C. and Leathes, B. 2018. What can climate services learn from theory and practice of co-production? Climate Services 12, 48-58.

Pardoe, J., Vincent, K. and Conway, D. 2018. How do staff motivation and workplace environment affect capacity of governments to adapt to climate change in developing countries? Environmental Science and Policy 90, 46-53.

Vincent, K., Steynor, A., Waagsaether, K. and Cull, T. 2018. Communities of practice. One size does not fit all Climate Services 11, 72-77.

Tompkins, E.L., Vincent, K., Nicholls, R.J. and Suckall, N. 2018. Documenting the state of adaptation for the global stocktake of the Paris AgreementWIREs Climate Change c545.

Vincent, K. and Colenbrander, W. 2018. Developing and applying a five step process for mainstreaming climate change into local development plans: A case study from ZambiaClimate Risk Management 21, 26-38.

Kebede, A.S., Nicholls, R.J., Allan, A., Arto, I., Cazcarro, I., Hill, C.T., Hutton, C.W., Kay, S., Lázár, A.N., Macadam, I., Fernandes, J.A., Palmer, M., Suckall, N., Tompkins, E.L., Vincent, K. and Whitehead, P.W., 2018. Applying the global RCP-SSP-SPA scenario framework at sub-national scale: A multi-scale and participatory scenario approachScience of the Total Environment 635, 659-672.

England, M.I., Dougill, A.J., Stringer, L.C., Vincent, K.E., Pardoe, J., Kalaba, F.K., Mkwambisi, D., Namaganda, E. and Afionis, S. 2018. Climate change adaptation and cross-sectoral policy coherence in southern AfricaRegional Environmental Change 18(7), 2059-2071. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-018-1283-0

Suckall, N., Tompkins, E.L., Nicholls, R.J., Kebede, A.S., Lazar, A.N., Hutton, C., Vincent, K., Allan, A., Chapman, A., Rahman, R., Ghosh, T. and Mensah, A. 2018. A framework for identifying and selecting long term adaptation policy directions for deltasScience of the Total Environment 633, 946-957.

Vincent, Katharine, Besson, Stéphanie, Cull, Tracy and Menzel, Carola. 2018. Sovereign insurance to incentivize the shift from disaster response to adaptation to climate change – African Risk Capacity’s Extreme Climate FacilityClimate and Development 10 (5), 385-388.

Pardoe, J., Conway, D., Namaganda, E., Vincent, K., Dougill, A., Kashaigili, J., 2018. Climate Change and the Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Policy and Practice in TanzaniaClimate Policy, 18(7), 863-877. DOI:10.1080/14693062.2017.1386082

 

2017

Dougill, A.J., Whitfield, S., Stringer, L.C., Vincent, K., Wood, B.T., Chinseu, E.L., Steward, P., and Mkwambisi, D.D., 2017. Mainstreaming conservation agriculture in Malawi. Knowledge gaps and institutional barriersJournal of Environmental Management 195, 25-34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.09.076

Vincent, Katharine, Dougill, Andrew J., Dixon, Jami L., Stringer, Lindsay C. and Tracy Cull, 2015. Identifying climate services needs for national planning: Insights from MalawiClimate Policy 17(2), 189-202. DOI:10.1080/14693062.2015.1075374

 

2016

Ruane, A.C., Teichmann, C., Arnell, N.W., Carter, T.R., Ebi, K.L., Frieler, K., Goodess, C.M., Hewitson, B., Horton, R., Kovats, R.S., Lotze, H.K., Mearns, L.O., Navarra, A., Ojima, D.S., Riahi,K., Rosenzweig, D., Themessl, M., and Vincent, K., 2016. The Vulnerability, Impacts, Adaptation and Climate Services Advisory Board (VIACS AB v1.0) contribution to CMIP6Geoscientific Model Development 9, 3293-3515.

 

2015

Jones, Lindsey, Dougill, Andrew, Jones, Richard G., Steynor, Anna, Watkiss, Paul, Kane, Cheikh, Koelle, Bettina, Moufouma-Okia, Wilfran, Padgham, Jon, Ranger, Nicola, Roux, Jean-Pierre, Suarez, Pablo, Tanner, Thomas and Katharine Vincent, 2015, Ensuring climate information guides long-term developmentNature Climate Change 5, 812–814 doi:10.1038/nclimate2701

 

2014

Dasgupta, P., J.F. Morton, D. Dodman, B. Karapinar, F. Meza, M.G. Rivera-Ferra, A. Toure Sarr and K.E. Vincent, 2014. Rural Areas. In Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Field, C.B., V.R. Barros, D.J. Dokken, K.J. Mach, M.D. Mastrandrea, T.E. Bilir, M. Chatterjee, K.L. Ebi, Y.O. Estrada, R.C. Genova, B. Girma, E.S. Kissel, A.N. Levy, S. MacCracken, P.R. Mastrandrea and L.L. White (eds)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and NY, USA, pp.613-657 (contributing author T.M. Cull)

K.E. Vincent, P. Tschakert, J. Barnett, M.G. Rivera-Ferre and A. Woodward, 2014: Cross-chapter box on gender and climate change. In Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Field, C.B., V.R. Barros, D.J. Dokken, K.J. Mach, M.D. Mastrandrea, T.E. Bilir, M. Chatterjee, K.L. Ebi, Y.O. Estrada, R.C. Genova, B. Girma, E.S. Kissel, A.N. Levy, S. MacCracken, P.R. Mastrandrea and L.L. White (eds)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and NY, USA, pp. 105-107.

Field, C.B., V.R. Barros, K.J. Mach, M.D. Mastrandrea, M. van Aalst, W.N. Adger, D.J. Arent, J. Barnett, R. Betts, T.E. Bilir, J. Birkmann, J. Carmin, D.D. Chadee, A.J. Challinor, M. Chatterjee, W. Cramer, D.J. Davidson, Y.O. Estrada, J.-P. Gattuso, Y. Hijoka, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, H.-Q. Huang, G.E. Insarov, R.N. Jones, R.S. Kovats, P. Romero Lankao, J.N. Larsen, I.J. Losada, J.A. Marengo, R.F. McLean, L.O. Mearns, R. Mechler, J.F. Morton, I. Niang, T. Oki, J.M. Olwoch, M. Opondo, E.S. Poloczanska, H.-O. Poertner, M.H. Redsteer, A. Reisinger, A. Revi, D.N. Schmidt, M.R. Shaw, W. Solecki, D.A. Stone, J.M.R. Stone, K.M. Strzepek, A.G. Suarez, P. Tschakert, R. Valentini, S. Vicuna, A. Villamizar, K.E. Vincent, R. Warren, L.L. White, T.J. Wilbanks, P.P. Wong and G.W. Yohe, 2014: Technical Summary. In Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Field, C.B., V.R. Barros, D.J. Dokken, K.J. Mach, M.D. Mastrandrea, T.E. Bilir, M. Chatterjee, K.L. Ebi, Y.O. Estrada, R.C. Genova, B. Girma, E.S. Kissel, A.N. Levy, S. MacCracken, P.R. Mastrandrea and L.L. White (eds)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and NY, USA, pp. 35-94.

Niang, I., O.C. Ruppel, M.A. Abdrabo, A. Essel, C. Lennard, J. Padgham and P. Urquhart, 2014. Africa. In Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Part B: Regional Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Field, C.B., V.R. Barros, D.J. Dokken, K.J. Mach, M.D. Mastrandrea, T.E. Bilir, M. Chatterjee, K.L. Ebi, Y.O. Estrada, R.C. Genova, B. Girma, E.S. Kissel, A.N. Levy, S. MacCracken, P.R. Mastrandrea and L.L. White (eds)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and NY, USA, pp. 1199-1265 (contributing author K.E. Vincent)

Stringer, Lindsay C., Dougill, Andrew J., Dyer, Jen C., Vincent, Katharine, Fritzsche, Florian, Leventon, Julia, Falcao, Mario Paulo, Manyakaidze, Pascal, Syampungani, Stephen, Powell, Philip, and Gabriel Kalaba, 2014. Advancing climate-compatible development: Lessons from southern AfricaRegional Environmental Change 14, 713-725.

Vincent, Katharine and Tracy Cull. 2014. Using indicators to assess climate change vulnerabilities: Are there lessons to learn for emerging loss and damage debates?  Geography Compass 8 (1), 1-12.

 

2013

Vincent, Katharine, Cull, Tracy, Chanika, Diana, Hamazakaza, Petan, Joubert, Alec, Macome, Eulalia and Charity Mutonhodza-Davies. 2013. Farmers’ responses to climate variability and change in southern Africa: is it coping or adaptation? Climate and Development 5 (3), 194-205.

Vincent, Katharine, Naess, Lars Otto and Marisa Goulden. 2013. National level policies vs. local level realities – can the two be reconciled to promote sustainable adaptation? In O’Brien, K.; Sygna, L. and J. Wolf (eds) The Changing Environment for Human Security: Transformative Approaches to Research, Policy and Action. London: Earthscan.

Crick, Florence; Wandel, Johanna; Maclellan, Nick and Katharine Vincent. 2013. Climate change adaptation pathways: insights from case studies in South Africa, Canada and the Pacific Islands. In Palutikof, J., Boulter, S.L., Ash, A.J., Stafford Smith, M., Parry, M., Waschka, M. and D. Guitart (eds) Climate Adaptation Futures. London: Wiley, p242-253.

Vincent, Katharine and Tracy Cull. 2013. Climate change, vulnerability and health: Exploring the linkages. In Adegoke, J. and C. Wright (eds) Climate change and human health. London: Elsevier.

Vincent, KatharineCull, Tracy, Archer van Garderen, Emma and Alex Awiti. 2013. Writeshops: An effective tool to enable African academics to publishEnvironmental Development 5 : 172-174.

Vincent, Katharine and Tracy Cull. 2013. “Ten Seeds”: How mobiles have contributed to development in women-led farming cooperatives in Lesotho. Information Technologies and International Development 9 (1) : 37-48.

 

2011

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2011 Cell phones, electronic delivery systems and social cash transfers: Recent evidence and experiences from Africa. International Social Security Review 64 (1) : 37-51

 

2010

Devereux, Stephen and Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Using technology to deliver social protection: exploring opportunities and risks. Development in Practice 20 (3) : 367-379.

Vincent, KatharineCull, Tracy and Emma Archer. 2010. Gendered vulnerability to climate change in Limpopo province, South Africa. In Dankelman, I. (ed) Gender and Climate Change: An Introduction. London: Earthscan, 160-167.

 

2009

Goulden, Marisa; Naess, Lars Otto, Vincent, Katharine; and W. Neil Adger. 2009. Diversification, networks and traditional resource management as adaptations to climate extremes in rural Africa: opportunities and barriers. In Adger, W.N.; Lorenzoni, I. and K. O’Brien (eds) Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values and Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 448-464.

 

2007

Vincent, Katharine. 2007. Uncertainty in adaptive capacity and the importance of scaleGlobal Environmental Change 17 : 12-24.

AdgerW.N., Agrawala, S., Mirza, M.M.Q., Conde, C., O’Brien, K., Pulhin, J., Pulwarty, R., Smit B. and Takahashi, K.  2007. Assessment of adaptation practices, options, constraints and capacityClimate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, M.L. Parry, O.F. Canziani, J.P. Palutikof, P.J. van der Linden and C.E. Hanson, (eds) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 717-743. (contributing author K. Vincent)

Boko, M., Niang, I., Nyong, A., Vogel, C., Githeko, A., Medany, M., Osman-Elasha, B., Tabo, R., and Yanda, P.  2007. AfricaClimate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change”, M.L. Parry, O.F. Canziani, J.P. Palutikof, P.J. van der Linden and C.E. Hanson, (eds) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 433-467. (contributing author K. Vincent)

Lacasta, Nuno; Dessai, Suraje; Powroslo, Eva; and Vincent, Katharine.  2007. Articulating a consensus: the European Union’s position on climate change. In Harris, P. (ed) Europe and Global Climate Change: Politics, Foreign Policy and Regional Cooperation, 211-231.

 

2006

Lowe, Thomas; Brown, Katrina; Dessai, Suraje; Doria, Miguel de Franca; Haynes, Kat and Vincent, Katharine.  2006. Does tomorrow ever come? Disaster narrative and public perception of climate changePublic Understanding of Science 15 (4) : 435-457.

 

2005

Adger, W. Neil and Vincent, Katharine.  2005. Uncertainty in adaptive capacityComptes Rendus Geoscience 337 : 399-411.

 

2003

Dessai, Suraje; Lacasta, Nuno; and Vincent, Katharine. 2003. International political history of the Kyoto Protocol: from The Hague to Marrakech and beyondInternational Review of Environmental Strategies 4 (2) : 183-205.

 

2001

Cull, Tracy. 2001. The Seven Buildings Project: Could cooperative housing be the answer to South Africa’s urban housing crisis? Africa Insight 31 (1) : 50-58.

Non-peer-reviewed

2022

Taylor, M., Eriksen. S., Vincent, K., Brooks, N., Scoville-Simonds, M. and Schipper, E.L.F. 2022. Putting ‘vulnerable groups’ at the centre of adaptation interventions by promoting transformative adaptation as a learning process. Report prepared for the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD).

Leavy, J., Gould, C., Klema, M., McConnachie, M., Venable, L. and Vincent, K. 2022. Building Resilience and Adapting to Climate Change: Synthesis of the 2021 BRACC Evaluation. BRACC programme.

Venable, L., Brooks, N. and Vincent, K. 2022. Lessons for measuring resilience from the BRACC programme. BRACC programme.

Huang-Y.S. and Vincent, K. 2022. Programme design for Building Resilience and Adapting to Climate Change. BRACC programme.

Vincent, K., Venable, L., Sullivan, C. and Meador, E. 2022. Gender equality and social inclusion in PROSPER: Intervention design and impacts. BRACC programme.

Vincent, K., Manandhar, S., Soriano Quevedo, A.S., Vaughan, C., Fateha Ahmed, K. and Yesyrkenov, Y. 2022. Transforming weather, water and climate services: Synthesis Report. World Bank and Climate Investment Funds.


2021

Vincent, K. 2021. Redefining “business as usual” with a gender lens: Designing and implementing gender-sensitive climate services projects with funders and implementers. WISER, 8p.

Araujo, J., Bouwer, R., Harvey, B., Huang, Y.S., Iipinge, K.N., Kashaigili, J.J., Mackay, B., Marsham, J., McClure, A. and Vincent, K. 2021. Promoting Southern Leadership within Climate Research Programmes. Future Climate For Africa, 10p.

2020

Araujo, J., Bouwer, R., Carter, S., Graham, R., Harvey, B., Huang, Y-S., Marsham, J., Rouhaud, E. and Vincent, K. 2020. How collective learning can promote the uptake and use of climate research. Future Climate For Africa, 6p.

Araujo, J., Harvey, B., Huang, Y-S., McClure, A., Owiti, Z., Rouhaud, E., Roux, J-P., Vincent, K. and Visman, E. 2020. A critical reflection on learning from the FCFA programme. Future Climate For Africa, 88p.

Baker, E., McNamara, L., Mackay, B., and Vincent, K. 2020. How to contribute climate change information to Wikipedia: A guide for researchers, practitioners and communicators. Climate and Development Knowledge Network and Future Climate for Africa, 60p.

Vincent, K., Gerhard, M. and Scott, C. 2020. Designing gender-responsive projects for climate finance. Southern African Climate Finance Partnership, 13p.

Bharwani, S., Butterfield, R., Cornforth, R., Jarvie, J., Knight, S.W., Larquemin, A., Mercer, S., Percy, F., Plumpton, H., Vincent, K. and Visman, E. 2020. Enabling climate science use to better support resilience and adaptation practice. Rapid evidence assessment for the CLARE programme, 79p.

Carter, S., Steynor, A., Vincent, K., Visman, E. and Waagsaether, K.L. 2020. Building blocks for co-producing climate services WISER and Future Climate For Africa, 8p.

Dougill, A., Mkwambisi, D., Vincent, K., Archer, E., Bhave, A., Henriksson Malinga, R., Mataya, D., Mittal, N. and Tembo-Nhlema, D. 2020. How can we improve the use of information for a climate-resilient Malawi? Future Climate For Africa, 8p.

2019

Harvey, B., Cochrane, L., Jones, L. and Vincent, K. 2019. Programme design for climate-resilient development. A review of key functions. Report produced for IDRC.

Carter, S., Steynor, A., Vincent, K., Visman, E. and Waagsaether, K.L. 2019. Manual-Co-production in African weather and climate services. WISER and Future Climate For Africa, 136p.

Surminski, S., Barnes, J. and Vincent, K. 2019. Insurance as a catalyst for government climate planning? A framework for analysing drivers and barriers, tested against evidence emerging from Sub-Saharan Africa. Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper No. 359 and Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment Working Paper No. 327, 31p.

Koelle, B., Scodanibbio, L., Vincent, K., Harvey, B., van Aalst, M., Rigg, S., Ward, N. and Curl, M. 2019. A guide to effective collaboration and learning in consortia. Building resilience to rising climate risks. BRACED. 52p.

Tembo-Nhlema, D., Vincent, K. and Henriksson Malinga, R. 2019. Creating useful and usable weather and climate information-Insights from Participatory Scenario Planning in Malawi. Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper No. 357 and Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment Working Paper No. 325, 31p.

Currie-Alder, B., Cundill Kemp, G., Scodanibbio, L. Vincent, K., Prakash, A. and Nathe, N. 2019. Building climate resilience in Africa and Asia: Lessons on organisation, management and collaboration in research consortia. CARIAA Working Paper #24, 44p.

Bhave, A.G., Vincent, K. and Mkwambisi, D. 2019. Projecting water availability in Lake Malawi and the Shire River basin. Future Climate For Africa Country Brief, 8p.

Prakash, A., Cundill, G., Scodanibbio, L., Vincent, K. and Nathe, N. 2019. Climate Change Adaptation Research for Impact. CARIAA Working Paper #22, 36p.

Arto, I., Cazcarro, I., Markandya, A., Hazra, S., Bhattacharya, R.N., Adjei, P. and Vincent, K. 2019. Climate change and the economic future of deltas in Africa and Asia. DECCMA Policy Brief, 8p.

2018

Curran, P., Dougill, A.J., Pardoe, J. and Vincent, K. 2018. Policy coherence for sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa. Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and Environment and Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Policy Brief.

Lotter, D., Davis, C., Archer, A., Vincent, K., Pardoe, J., Tadross, M., Landman, W., Stuart-Hill, S. and Jewitt, G. 2018. Climate information needs in southern Africa. A review Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper no 355, 54p.

Katharine Vincent for the African Working Group on Gender and Climate Change, 2018. Gender responsive framework for implementing the Paris Agreement in Africa. 17p. (revised to take into account the release of the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan).

Curran, P., Dougill, A.J., Pardoe, J. and Vincent, K. 2018. Policy coherence for sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa. Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment and Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy. Policy brief, 8p.

Lotter, D., Davis, C., Archer, A., Vincent, K., Pardoe, J., Tadross, M., Landman, W., Stuart-Hill, S. and Jewitt, G. 2018. Climate information needs in southern Africa. A review Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper no 355, 54p.

2017

Vincent, Katharine, 2017. Transformational adaptation: A review of examples from 4 deltas to inform the design of DECCMA’s Adaptation Policy Trajectories. DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642.

Katharine Vincent for the African Working Group on Gender and Climate Change, 2017. Gender-responsive framework for implementing the Paris Agreement in Africa, 14p.

Katharine Vincent for the African Working Group on Gender and Climate Change, 2017. Gender analysis of the Paris Agreement and implications for Africa-briefing note, 5p.

Katharine Vincent for the African Working Group on Gender and Climate Change, 2017. Gender analysis of the Paris Agreement and implications for Africa, 15p.

Suckall, N., Tompkins, E.L., Hutton, C., Lazar, A., Kebede, A., Nicholls, R., Vincent, K., Allan, A., Chapman, A. 2017. Adaptation policy trajectories. DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642.

Davis-Reddy, C.L. and Vincent, K. (eds) 2017. Climate risk and vulnerability: A handbook for southern Africa (2nd edition). CSIR, Pretoria, 202p.

Tompkins, E.L., Suckall, N., Vincent, K., Rahman, R., Mensah, A., Ghosh, T, and Hazra, S. 2017. Observed adaptation in deltas. DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642.

England, M., Dougill, A., Stringer, L., Vincent, K., Pardoe, J., Kalaba, F., Mkwambisi, D., and Namaganda, E. 2017. Climate change adaptation and cross-sectoral policy coherence in southern Africa. Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper 303 and Sustainability Research Institute Paper 108, 22p.

Vincent, K. 2017Gender, agriculture and climate change in Malawi. UMFULA Briefing Paper for the Future Climate for Africa programme, 6p.

2016

Chapman, A., Tompkins, E.L., Vincent, K., and Day, S. 2016. A framework for the design and evaluation of adaptation pathways in large river deltas. DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642, 33p.

Besson, S., Goodman, D., Shuford, L.S., Vincent, K. and Cull, T. 2016. Risk Financing for Climate Adaptation and Resilience: Extreme Climate Facility (XCF) Briefing Paper on Pillar 1 of the R&D Programme: Defining access modalities and eligibility criteria for XCF, 25p.

Vincent, Katharine; Cull, Tracy; van Garderen, Emma Archer; Conway, Declan, Dalin, Carole; Deryng, Delphine; Dorling, Steve; Fallon, Amy and Landman, Willem, 2016. Improving effective use of seasonal forecasts in South Africa. SAHEWS Project Note 1. Washington DC: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy, 2016. Scoping report on adaptation initiatives in Bangladesh, Ghana and India. DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642.

2015

Lazar, A., Nicholls, R.J., Payo, A., Adams, H., Mortreux, C., Suckall, N., Vincent, K., Sugata, H., Amisigo, B.A., Rahman, M., Haque, A., Adger, N., Hill, C., 2015. A method to assess migration and adaptation in deltas: A preliminary fast track assessment, DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642, 29p.

Kulima Integrated Development Solutions, 2015. Climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in Mozambique: Past, present and future. Report of an ACCRA workshop 30th September and a stakeholder meeting 1st October, Maputo. Produced for the Africa Climate Change Resilience Alliance, 23p.

Adjei-Nsiah, S., Dieye, A. M., El Mzouri, E., Gueye, B., Gueye,  C., Habtamu, A. A., Hounkponou, S., Khattabi, A., Mahoo, H., Majule, A. E., Mapfumo, P., Obando, J., Ouma. G. O., Rabeharisoa, L.,  Ranaivonasy, J., Sonwa, D. J. 2015. Institutions and Adaptation. Lessons Learned from the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa Program. CARIAA Working Paper no. 2. International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada and UK Aid, London, United Kingdom, 32p (Edited by K. Vincent and M. van Epp)

Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group, 2015. ABCG project documenting human responses to weather and climate in Africa. Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy, Wildlife Conservation Society and World Wildlife Fund on behalf of ABCG, Washington DC, 34p. (Edited by Kulima Integrated Development Solutions)

Vincent, K. and Cull, T., 2015. DECCMA’s approach to the incorporation of gender. DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642, 19p.

Vincent, K., 2015. Opportunities for integrating gender and social equity issues into the Pathways to Resilience in Semi-Arid Economies (PRISE) project. ODI, London, 28p.

Vincent, K. and Cull, T., 2015. Resource Guide for the Training of Trainers for Climate Risk Adaptation Facilitators and District Planning Officers, Training Manual Prepared for the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience, Zambia, 125p.

Vincent, K., Cull T., Chanika, D., Dougill, A.J., Stringer, L.C., Dixon, J., and Mkwambisi, D. 2015. Using weather and climate information to make robust policy and planning decisions in Malawi. CDKN and FCFA, London, 4p.

2014

Vincent, K., 2014. Climate Change Mainstreaming Guideline for the Water and Sanitation Sector, African Development Bank, Abidjan, 95p.

Vincent, K., 2014. Background paper: Climate Change and the Water and Sanitation Sector. African Development Bank, Abidjan, 25p.

UNEP, 2014: The Adaptation Gap Report 2014. UNDP, Nairobi (contributing author Katharine Vincent to Chapter 4 – Technology Gaps)

Vincent, K., Dougill, A.J., Dixon, J., Stringer, L.C., Cull, T., Mkwambisi, D.D., and Chanika, D. 2014. Actual and Potential Weather and Climate Information Needs for Development Planning in Malawi. Results of a Future Climate for Africa Pilot Case Study. Produced for the CDKN FCFA Pilot Case Studies, 54p.

Vincent, Katharine, Dougill, Andrew J., Mkwambisi, David D., Cull, Tracy, Stringer, Lindsay and Chanika, Diana. 2014: Analysis of existing weather and climate information for Malawi.  Paper prepared for the Future Climate For Africa pilot case studies, 18p.

Vincent, K., 2014. Developing climate change and social inclusion (especially gender) strategies. Paper produced for the Zambia Economic Advocacy Programme (ZEAP), 63p.

Oxford Policy Management (including team member K. Vincent), 2014. Baseline Study and Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for Phase II of the PPCR (Zambia). Oxford Policy Management, Oxford, 161p.

Kulima Integrated Development Solutions, 2014: Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Analysis of the Lamu Sea/ Landscape. Report produced for WWF Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, 94p.

2013

PROVIA, 2013 (including authors Tracy Cull and Katharine Vincent). PROVIA Guidance on assessing vulnerability, impacts and adaptation to climate change. Consultation Document. UNEP, Nairobi.

Kulima, CSIR and Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, 2013. Climate change health, agriculture and disasters analysis in Mozambique. CDKN, London.

African Development Bank (with contributing author K. Vincent), 2013. African Development Report 2012: Towards green growth in Africa. African Development Bank, Tunis, 178p.

2012

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2012. Adaptive Social Protection: Making concepts a reality. Guidance notes for practitioners. Adaptive Social Protection programme at the Institute of Development Studies, Brighton.

Vincent, Katharine. 2012. Review of Robbins, M (2011) Crops and carbon: paying farmers to combat climate change. London, Earthscan. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 19, 121.

2011

Vincent, K., Cull, T., Aggarwal, P.K., Lau, C., Kristjanson, P., Phartiyal, P., and Parvin, G. 2011.  Gender, climate change, agriculture, and food security: A CCAFS Training-of-Trainers Manual to prepare South Asian rural women to adapt to climate change. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS): Cali (Colombia).

Vincent, KatharineJoubert, Alec and Cull, Tracy. 2011. Climate negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and South Africa’s engagement with the climate change issue. Paper prepared for the Centre for Development and Enterprise, Johannesburg.

Cull, Tracy and Vincent, Katharine. 2011. Report of the ACCRA Regional Conference, 26 – 28th September 2011, Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi. Report prepared by Kulima for the ACCRA programme.

Vincent, KatharineCull, Tracy and Joubert, Alec. 2011. Technology needs for adaptation in southern Africa: Does operationalisation of the UNFCCC and associated finance mechanisms prioritise hardware over software and orgware? In L. Christiansen, A. Olhoff and S. Trærup (eds.): Technologies for Adaptation: Perspectives and Practical Experiences, UNEP Risø Centre, Roskilde, p69-79.

Cull, Tracy and Vincent, Katharine. 2011. Migration and Global Environmental Change: Drylands Workshop. 10-11 March, Johannesburg.  London: Foresight.

Stockholm Environment Institute, updated by Kulima Integrated Development Solutions. 2011. Climate screening of key Macedonian policies and strategies and recommendations for adaptation. Skopje: UNDP.

Vincent, KatharineJoubert, AlecCull, Tracy and Magrath, John. 2011: Overcoming the barriers: How to ensure food production in a changing climate. Oxford: Oxfam.

Jones, Harry, with Vincent, KatharineCull, Tracy; Freeland, Nicholas; Koch, Josee; Pedra, Danya; White, Philip and Rook, John. 2011. Learning lessons from the policy influence of the Regional Hunger and Vulnerability Programme (RHVP). ODI Research Report, September 2011, London: ODI. 71p.

Vincent, Katharine. 2011. “Sustaining equitable progress: Gender equality in the context of a changing climate” Background paper for the 2011 Human Development Report, New York: UNDP.

Hecht, Joy E., Kahata, Jane and Vincent, Katharine. 2011. Costs imposed by climate change in three ecoregions of East Africa. Report prepared by IRG Washington DC for USAID East Africa.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2011. Review of Portfolios of the Poor: How the World’s Poor Live on $2 a Day. Progress in Development Studies 11, 165-166.

2010

Archer, Emma; Cull, Tracy; Davis, Claire and Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Education, capacity building and awareness chapter in South Africa’s Second National Communication to the UNFCCC (Draft). Cape Town: South African National Botanical Institute.

Davidson, Brett; Kansilanga, Chipiliro and Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Cash transfers create wealth. Mail and Guardian Special Supplement: A Transfer out of Poverty, p1, 17th September 2010

Clover, Jeanette and Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Natural Hazards. In Fiott, D. (ed). Climate change and security in Africa: Vulnerability Report. Published by members of the Africa, Climate Change, Environment and Security Dialogue Process, p18-25. Brussels: Mariaga.

Orr, Jennifer; Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2010. Swaziland Old Age Grant Impact Assessment. Report prepared for HelpAge International, Regional Hunger and Vulnerability Programme and UNICEF.

Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Is index-linked weather insurance sustainable in the long term? Wahenga Comment.

Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Innovations in administering social protection programmesInnovations in administering social protection programmes. Poverty in Focus no 22, p30-32. Brasilia: UNDP-IPC.

Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Reflections on the financial services industry and implications for social cash transfers. Wahenga Comment.

Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Electronic delivery of social cash transfers: Lessons learned and opportunities for Africa. Frontiers of Social Protection brief number 3. Johannesburg: Regional Hunger and Vulnerability Programme.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2010. Climate change through the lens of vulnerability and human rights. Keynote paper prepared for the UN Social and Human Development Cluster Meeting on Climate Change and Population, Health, Gender and Youth (pre-event of the Seventh African Development Forum). Addis Ababa: United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (African Centre for Gender and Social Development).

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2010. Ten Seeds: How cellphones led to the blossoming of women’s farming cooperatives in Lesotho. Mail and Guardian Special Supplement: A Transfer out of Poverty, p2-3, 17th September 2010.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2010. Review of “Seasons of Hunger: fighting cycles of quiet starvation among the world’s rural poor” by Stephen Devereux, Bapu Vaitla and Samuel Hauenstein Swan (2008), Pluto Press, London. Disasters 34 (S1) : S124-S125.

Vincent, Katharine; Wanjiru, Lucy; Aubry, Adeline; Merson, Andre; Nyandiga, Charles; Cull, Tracy and Banda, Khamarunga. 2010. Gender, climate change and community-based adaptation: A guidebook for designing and implementing gender-sensitive community-based adaptation projects and programmes. New York: UNDP Environment and Energy Group, Bureau for Development Policy.

Vincent, Katharine with others 2010. Guidebook on mapping climate change vulnerability and impacts scenarios for planning purposes at sub-national level. United Nations Development Programme New York: UNDP Environment and Energy Group, Bureau for Development Policy.

2009

Cull, Tracy and Vincent, Katharine. 2009. The cost of fighting hunger. NGO Pulse

Vincent, Katharine. 2009. Training network and capacity building considerations in promoting and developing wider social protection in the IGAD region. Djibouti: Intergovernmental Authority on Development.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2009. Inventory of Disaster Risk Management initiatives and lessons learned in climate change adaptation for agriculture, forestry and fisheries in 10 sub-Saharan African countries. Rome: FAO.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2009. Climate change and food security mapping in the Southern African Development Community. Copenhagen: Danish Development Research Network.

Vincent, KatharineCull, Tracy and Freeland, Nicholas. 2009. “Ever upwardly mobile”: How do cellphones benefit vulnerable people? Lessons from farming cooperatives in Lesotho. Wahenga Brief 16. Johannesburg: Regional Hunger and Vulnerability Programme.

2008

Pearson, Anna; Samson, Michael and Vincent, Katharine. 2008. Concept paper on an old age social pension in Malawi. Economic Policy Research Institute: Cape Town, and HelpAge International: London.

Samson, Michael; Vincent, Katharine and MacQuene, Kenneth. 2008. Social protection and the Protracted Relief Programme 2: Mission Report. Harare: Management, Technical and Learning Committee and DFID Zimbabwe.

Vincent, Katharine. 2008. Climate change – what will it mean for men and women in rural drylands? Haramata, bulletin of the drylands 53. London: IIED.

Vincent, Katharine; Devereux, Stephen and Tanner, Thomas. 2008. Climate Change, Food Security and Disaster Risk Management. Issues paper for the Expert Meeting on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management, Rome: FAO.

Vogel, C.H and Vincent, Katharine. 2008. Adaptation in southern Africa: actors, constraints and opportunities. Scoping study commissioned by the UK Department for International Development.

Vogel, Coleen H; Vincent, Katharine; and Scott Drimie. 2008. Food security in southern Africa: old problem, new challenges? Dewpoint newsletter 8 (5) : 1-2.

2007

Vincent, Katharine. 2007. Is it time to stop treating Africa as a victim? Scidev.net portal.

2006

Corbera, E., Conway, D., Goulden, M. and Vincent, K. 2006. Climate Change in Africa: Linking Science and Policy for Adaptation. Workshop Report, Tyndall Centre, Norwich.

2004

Vincent, Katharine. 2004. Creating an index of social vulnerability to climate change for Africa. Tyndall Working Paper 56. Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research: Norwich.

2001

Vincent, Katharine. 2001. Involving the retail and service sub-sectors in CSR activities. Scoping study for the United Nations Environment Programme Regional Office for Europe (Geneva)

Katharine Vincent for the African Working Group on Gender and Climate Change, 2017Gender-responsive framework for implementing the Paris Agreement in Africa, 14p.

Conference Papers and Presentations

 

2017

Vincent, Katharine; Dougill, Andy, Mataya, Diana; Mkwambisi, David; Conway, Declan; Archer van Garderen, Emma and Tembo Nhlema, Dorothy, 2017. From a clean slate to multiple options – eliciting user needs for climate information in MalawiFifth International Conference on Climate Services, Cape Town, 28 February-2 March 2017.

2016

Vincent, Katharine, Dougill, Andrew, Cull, Tracy, Stringer, Lindsay and Mataya, Diana, 2016, Critical reflections on a co-production science-policy process: A case study from MalawiAdaptation Futures 2016, 10-13 May 2016, Rotterdam.

2015

Suckall, Natalie; Nicholls, Robert; Vincent, Katharine; Mensah, Adelina; Hazra, Somnath; Dey, Sunita and Mondal, Shahjahan, 2015. Understanding adaptation in African and Asian deltasAmerican Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2015, San Francisco, 14-18 December 2015.

2012

Vincent, Katharine; Cull, Tracy; Archer van Garderen, Emma and Davis, Claire. 2012. Bridging the gap: Experiences of communicating climate information between producers and end-users in South AfricaPlanet Under Pressure 2012,  London, 26-29 March, 2012.

2011

Vincent, Katharine and Sina Luchen. 2011. Sustainability of a food security disaster risk reduction intervention: Early maturing crop varieties in Madagascar, Malawi and Mozambique. Experience-based Disaster Risk Reduction in Madagascar, Malawi and Mozambique, 25-27 October, Johannesburg.

Vincent, Katharine; Davis, Claire; Cull, Tracy and Archer, Emma. 2011. Bridging the gap: Experiences of communicating climate information between producers and end-users in southern AfricaAfricaAdapt Climate Change Symposium 2011, Addis Ababa, 9-11 March, 2011.

2010

Cull, Tracy. 2010. Mainstreaming environment into humanitarian action. UNICEF/IAHPT Emergency Preparedness and Response Training, Pretoria, 24-26 February, 2010.

Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Cell phones, electronic delivery systems and social cash transfers: Recent evidence and experiences from AfricaAITEC Banking and Mobile Money COMESA 2010, Nairobi, 24-25 February 2010.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2010. “Ten Seeds”: How mobiles have contributed to growth and development of women-led farming cooperatives in Lesotho.  M4D 2010: Mobile Communication Technology for Development, Entebbe, 10-11 November 2010.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2010. Climate change and food security in southern Africa: implications of theoretical development for the promotion of sustainable equitable developmentPEGNet Conference 2010: Policies to foster and sustain equitable development in times of crises, Midrand (South Africa), 2-3 September 2010.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2010. A household index of social vulnerability for evaluating adaptation projects in developing countries. PEGNet Conference 2010: Policies to foster and sustain equitable development in times of crises, Midrand (South Africa), 2-3September 2010.

2009

Vincent, Katharine. 2009. A household level index of social vulnerability for evaluating adaptation projects in developing countries. Changing the Climate for Development in Africa, Tyndall Centre conference, Cape Town, 26-27 March 2009.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2009. Seizing an opportunity: evidence for the use of cellphones in rural farming communities in Lesotho and lessons learned for social protection. IDIA09, Kruger National Park, South Africa, 28-30 October 2009.

Vincent, Katharine and Cull, Tracy. 2009. The impact of social cash transfers: case study evidence from across southern Africa. Dynamics of Poverty and Patterns of Economic Accumulation in Mozambique. IESE Conference, Maputo, 22-23 April 2009.

2008

Vincent, Katharine and Freeland. Nicholas. 2008. Social transfer delivery mechanisms at the national level: innovations from Swaziland and Mozambique. Social Protection for the Poorest: Learning from Experience, Entebbe, 8-10 September 2008.

Vincent, Katharine and Devereux, Stephen. 2008. Social protection and climate change: what role for cash transfers in reducing vulnerability to climate change? Royal Geographical Society annual conference, London, 27-29 August 2008.

2007

Vincent, Katharine. 2007.Delivering Lesotho’s Old Age PensionDevelopment Studies Association annual conference, Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, 18-20 September 2007.

Vincent, Katharine and Freeland, Nicholas.2007. Upwardly mobile: Delivering Social Protection by CellphoneIDPM and BWPI workshop on mobiles and development, Manchester, UK, 14 May 2007.

2006

Vincent, Katharine. 2006. Facilitating or constraining adaptation to climate change? Examining the role of the changing institutional framework on household decision-making in a dryland village in South Africa. Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Synthesis Conference, Bali, Indonesia, 6-9 December 2006.

Vogel, Coleen H. and Vincent, Katharine. 2006. Minding or muddying the gap? The role of corporate social responsibility in food security in South Africa. 2nd International CSR Conference, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, 11-13 October 2006.

Vincent, Katharine. 2006. Agricultural livelihoods and climate change: the different experiences of male- and female-headed households. A case study from Limpopo province, South Africa. XVI ISA World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa, 23-29 July 2006.

2005

Vincent, Katharine and Adger, W. Neil. 2005. Uncertainty in adaptive capacity and the importance of scale.  6th Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community, University of Bonn, Germany, 9-13 October 2005.

2000

Cull, Tracy. 2000. The Seven Buildings Project: The rise and fall of social housing in Johannesburg inner city. Urban Futures 2000, Johannesburg, 10-14 July 2000.

Invited Presentations

 
 

2016

Vincent, KatharineWhat can be done to effectively and efficiently recognize the adaptation efforts that have been undertaken by developing countries? UNFCCC Adaptation Forum 2016, 12th May, Rotterdam.

2015

Vincent, Katharine. Needs of the Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability research community. IPCC Expert Meeting of the Task Group on data and scenarios for Impact and Climate Analysis “Decision-centred approaches to the use of climate information”, 29th June-2nd July, New York.

Vincent, Katharine. 2015. Food production and food security, IPCC Expert Meeting on Food Security, 27-29th May, Dublin.

2014

Vincent, Katharine. 2014. Invited panelist for Africa Climate and Development Initiative event on the release of the IPCC AR5 Working Group 2 report, Cape Town, 2nd April 2014.

2012

Cull, Tracy. 2012. Invited panelist for Innovations in Engendering Climate Finance at the 2012 CIF Partnership Forum, Istanbul, Turkey.

2011

Vincent, Katharine. 2011. UNDP-BDFM Media briefing on Adaptation, Johannesburg, 8th November 2011 (transmitted live on Summit Television).

Vincent, Katharine. 2011. Linking adaptation measures with national policy and the role of business. National Business Initiative series “COP 17 Adaptation: Building resilience and exploring opportunities to in the face of climate change risks”, Johannesburg, 13 October 2011.

Joubert, Alec. 2011. Things Are Hotting Up: A 2011 update on climate change scienceClimate Change Thinkers Forum, Johannesburg, 10 February 2011.

2010

Vincent, Katharine and Archer, Emma. 2010. Re-envisioning the University under a Changing Climate: Education for AdaptationSTART Forum on Education, Capacity Building and Climate Change, Dar es Salaam, 27 June-1 July 2010.

Vincent, Katharine. 2010. Disaster risk reduction in AfricaWaters, Winds and Fires: a UNDP-ECHO Knowledge Sharing Event on Disaster Risk Reduction, Johannesburg, 25-26 March 2010.

2008

Vincent, Katharine. 2008. Integrating climate change science into policy-making processes. DEAT-DEFRA-CSIR workshop on evidence-based policy making, Pretoria, South Africa, 19-20th November 2008.

Vincent, Katharine. 2008. Invited speaker at Ernst and Young breakfast seminar on climate change and business, Johannesburg, South Africa, 23 October 2008.

Vincent, Katharine. 2008. Gendered vulnerability to climate change in LimpopoDEAT 3rd Women and Environment conference, Polokwane, South Africa, 13-15 August 2008.

Vincent, Katharine. 2008. Discussant for Peter Johnston’s presentation on climate change and South Africa’s rural areas. Fynbos Foundation Practising the craft: writing about climate change and global warming. Cape Town, South Africa, 21-24 July 2008.

Vincent, Katharine. 2008. International policy frameworks and architectures around climate changeworkshop Institute for Security Studies workshop on climate change and human security in Africa. Pretoria, South Africa, 27-28 February 2008.

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