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Climate Change and Poverty and Climate Change and Partnership: Report from break-out sessions

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ISPC Science Forum 2016, Addis Ababa, 12-14 April 2016

ISPC Science Forum 2016, Addis Ababa, 12-14 April 2016

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Climate Change and Poverty and Climate Change and Partnership: Report from break-out sessions

  1. 1. Climate Change and Poverty and Climate Change and Partnership: Report from break-out sessions
  2. 2. Conclusions – Climate Change and Poverty www.scienceforum2016.org 1. Climate change and poverty relationships are under-researched:  Empirical evidence still weak; studies focused on vulnerability, productivity and not linkages with poverty  Little attention to post-production processes  Focus on extreme events but not in a comprehensive approach that examines both impacts of extremes and of longer-term changes and social inclusion for transformational adaptation 2. Next steps (research needs):  Detailed livelihood studies that consider agrobiodiversity, value chains, off-farm income, migration, gender & social differentiation  How to increase resilience to CC through integration of indigenous and scientific knowledge and successful adaptation models  How to identify maladaptation early and deal with trade-offs  Examine opportunities for livelihood enhancement under climate change – and understand the role of networks
  3. 3. Conclusions: Climate change and partnerships www.scienceforum2016.org 1. Partnership models  Partnerships are universally recognised as important, but actual partnerships are often far from ideal  All partners need to understand the complexity of the problem, understand their roles in working together, and have common purpose  Complementarity amongst partners is key; and there must be sufficient incentives to drive the partnerships 2. Next steps to develop partnerships for scaling up  Avoid token partnerships and token partnership processes  Have a good conceptual framework and understand the context for the partnership  E.g. Use value chain approach to identify key actors  Define clear roles of different partners  Understanding incentives and power relations for effective partnerships  Use multi-stakeholder platforms to engage different actors (inc. Across scales where needed)  Invest in communication, and empower communicators

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