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Meaningful exchanges between decision-makers and researchers on East African Climate at the HyCRISTAL annual meeting

18 June 2019 // Climate information, Knowledge creation and management

From the 21st to 22nd May 2019 HyCRISTAL hosted its research into policy meeting in Kampala, Uganda. The two-day meeting provided a platform for exchanges to take place between climate scientists, climate researchers and decision-makers on the topic of climate change in East Africa drawing from the extensive research that has been undertaken by HyCRISTAL within the Future Climate for Africa program.

Participate in Africa’s first-ever Wikipedia edit-a-thon on climate change

14 May 2019 // Knowledge creation and management

Future Climate for Africa is partnering with the Climate and Development Knowledge Network to host the first Wikipedia edit-a-thon on climate change in Africa. The aim of the event is to boost the quality and accessibility of information on climate change on the world’s largest online encyclopaedia.

Expert Review of the First Order Draft of the IPCC Working Group I now open for registration

06 May 2019 // Knowledge creation and management

Registrations are open until 15 June, 2019, and experts are invited to register online.

Support to African early career researchers to review IPCC Working Group I First Order Draft

06 May 2019 // Knowledge creation and management

Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) is offering 15 prospective, first-time, African reviewers an opportunity to obtain feedback on their draft review comments from senior international experts.

Creating a two-way dialogue for improved advocacy and communication

10 April 2019 // Agriculture, Knowledge creation and management

Many farmers in Uganda receive important agricultural information in a one-way sharing process, from government agricultural extension officers directly to the farmer. This method does not allow farmers to share their own experience and opinions or to be part of the knowledge building process.

Collaboration as the key learning: how we did it in UMFULA

03 April 2019 // Climate information, Climate science, Knowledge creation and management

UMFULA involves over 50 people spread across 13 organisations based in five countries and two continents. In the history of collaborative research, there have been many research consortia of this size and geographical spread - but what makes UMFULA special is its interdisciplinary nature.

African Climate Risks Conference 2019

11 March 2019 // Knowledge creation and management

The African Climate Risks Conference is an open platform for sharing latest climate research on African climate among researchers, and with policy makers, practitioners and development partners, with the goal to ensure the improved flow of knowledge and interactions among researchers, practitioners and decision-makers; toward greater impact and legacy of completed and on-going African climate research and adaptation initiatives.

Training in Python is fundamental for emerging African climate researchers

08 March 2019 // Climate information, Knowledge creation and management

A key output of Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) projects has been focusing on capacity development of Early Career Researchers (ECRs) through consortium, cross-consortia and external initiatives. It is hoped that through these initiatives ECRs will have increased knowledge, capacity and skills to enhance their development and/or use of climate information.

Fourth Africa Climate Resilience Investment Summit 2019: Virtual presentations

06 March 2019 // Cities, Climate adaptation, Climate information, Climate science, Extreme weather, Knowledge creation and management, Livelihoods

The following video presentations were recorded for the Fourth Africa Climate Resilience Investment Summit (ACRIS IV) hosted at the Sandton Conference Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa, from 05th - 07th March 2019.

Newsletter - March 2019

05 March 2019 // Cities, Climate information, Climate science, Extreme weather, Knowledge creation and management, Livelihoods

Welcome to the March 2019 edition of the Future Climate for Africa newsletter