Publications



Adaptation opportunities and maladaptive outcomes in climate vulnerability hotspots of northern Ghana

Research article by Philip Antwi-Agyei, Andy Dougill, Lindsay Stringer, Samuel Nii Ardey Codjoe on 18 Mar 2018

How climate change adaptation practices can constrain development and deliver maladaptive outcomes in vulnerability hotspots is yet to be explored in-depth using case study analyses. This paper explores the effects of climate change coping and adaptation responses in three case study villages across the Central Gonja district of northern Ghana. The study addresses the following […]






Understanding interpersonal violence: the impact of temperatures in Mexico

Working paper by François Cohen, Fidel Gonzalez on 19 Jan 2018

This research investigates how and why high temperature has an effect on criminality, using data from Mexico. It suggests that the additional crimes committed on hot days are due to changes in time use and habits by both criminals and their victims during times of high temperature. read more »


Water Resource Planning Under Future Climate and Socio-Economic Uncertainty in the Cauvery River Basin in Karnataka, India

Research article by Ajay Gajanan Bhave, Suraje Dessai, Declan Conway, David Stainforth on 18 Jan 2018

Decision‐Making Under Uncertainty (DMUU) approaches have been less utilized in developing countries than developed countries for water resources contexts. High climate vulnerability and rapid socioeconomic change often characterize developing country contexts, making DMUU approaches relevant. We develop an iterative multi‐method DMUU approach, including scenario generation, coproduction with stakeholders and water resources modeling. We apply this […]


Integrating climate adaptation, water governance and conflict management policies in lake riparian zones: Insights from African drylands

Research article by Uche Okpara, Lindsay Stringer, Andy Dougill on 18 Nov 2017

As river basin authorities and national governments develop policies to achieve sustainable development outcomes, conflicting signals between existing policies are undermining cross-thematic integrative modes of policy planning. This raises fundamental questions over how coherent portfolios of policy interventions across vital themes can best be advanced and managed. Taking the Lake Chad Basin (LCB) as an […]