At its annual meeting and stakeholder events last week in Malawi, UMFULA published a number of outputs relating to climate information. Climate briefs were presented for both Malawi and Tanzania, in which future climate projections are highlighted, based on 34 global climate models used by the IPCC (CMIP-5). As well as the main brief, there is also a 2 page summary for policy-makers, and an annex for more technical readers. In addition a guide was published on "How to understand and interpret global climate model results". This accompanies an earlier guide on "Climate models: what they show us and how they can be used in planning". There is also "Climate Risk and Vulnerability: A Handbook for Southern Africa", which was launched by CSIR and Kulima in October.
- “Development geography II: Community-based adaptation and locally-led adaptation” New paper by Kulima April 3, 2023
- New project launch: WISER Early Warnings for Southern Africa March 24, 2023
- Kulima providing inputs to Climate Change Adaptation and Gender Mainstreaming Dialogue in South Africa March 6, 2023
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