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Title: Building adaptive capacity to cope with increasing vulnerability due to climate change : report of the Inception Workshop, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 7-8 June 2007
Authors: Mugabe, Francis
Keywords: CLIMATE CHANGE
WEATHER
DROUGHT
ADAPTATION TO CHANGE
DISASTER PREVENTION
DISASTER MANAGEMENT
ZAMBIA
ZIMBABWE
Date: 2007
Publisher: Midlands State University, Gweru, ZW
Abstract: Participants at the inception workshop included officials from universities, meteorological offices, and extension services from Zambia and Zimbabwe, as well as scientists from various international organizations. The objectives were to familiarize participants with farmers’ perceptions of climate change, as well as with current work on adaptation to climate change. This report provides detailed summaries of the presentations and discussions at the meeting, such as current coping strategies, reliability of meteorological data, Agromet information dissemination, precipitation changes, and farmer’s perceptions of climate quality.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/36377
Project Number: 104144
Project Title: Building Capacity to Adapt to Climate Change in Zambia and Zimbabwe
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