Disaster Risk Finance (DRF) mechanisms are relatively new in anticipatory action. This paper explores how DRF can affect individual behavior or risk perception.
This paper explains the connection between air pollution and climate change and considers how anticipatory action can address the impact of air pollution.
Role of Native Administration in Integrated Natural Resource Management and Conflict Resolution in Central Darfur State, Sudan
Researchers from the University of Zalingei in Central Darfur, Sudan, conducted this study to improve the understanding of the role played by the Native Administration in integrated natural resource management in Central Darfur over the last twenty years, and to understand the conflicts and disputes associated with land access.
The Role of Community-Based Natural Resource Management Mechanisms in Sustainable Livelihoods in North Darfur
Researchers from the University of Al Fashir identified ways that community-based mechanisms regulate access and use of natural resources in North Darfur.
This field report provides an up to date information about the issues affecting the relationships between different users of natural resources within the changing context of Darfur.