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Assessing the impact of sea-level rise on a vulnerable coastal community in Accra, Ghana
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2013)
Climate change and its associated sea-level rise are expected to significantly affect vulnerable coastal communities. Although the extent of the impact will be localised, its assessment will adopt a monitoring approach ...
Small-Scale Farmers Associations’ adaptive capacity to climate change in Swaziland sugarcane industry
This study investigated the existing adaptive capacity for climate change impacts by Small-Scale Famers Associations (SSFAs) in Swaziland’s sugar industry. The analysis of adaptive capacity considered how the livelihood ...
Social work assessment of climate change: case of disasters in greater Tzaneen municipality
Climate-change-induced disasters such as floods, heavy storms, tornadoes and extreme lightning are becoming more frequent in Africa generally and in South Africa specifically. Several factors contribute to Africa’s high ...
Climate change adaptation and local government: institutional complexities surrounding Cape Town’s Day Zero
The challenges associated with climate change in local governments are growing daily. One such challenge is water security, an aspect that draws us to the subject matter of climate change adaptation. This article discusses ...
Rural transport and climate change in South Africa: converting constraints into rural transport adaptation opportunities
This study explored the implications of climate change for rural transport in South Africa. The article was seeking to convert existing rural transport adaptation constraints into rural transport adaptation opportunities. ...