Waiting for the rain: Scientific scenarios predict that as a rule of thumb, dry regions will become drier and wet regions become wetter when climate change goes into higher gear

Two cities on opposing continents, Santiago and Cape Town, have been brought to their knees by events at opposing ends of the climate spectrum: flood and drought.

This paper estimates the elasticity of elephant poaching with respect to prices. To identify the supply curve, the authors observe that ivory is a storable commodity and hence subject to Hotelling's no-arbitrage condition. The price of gold, one of many commodities used as stores of value, is thus used as an instrument for ivory prices.

This report presents the findings of the impact evaluation of the project 'African Climate Change and Resilience Alliance (ACCRA) in Ethiopia (phase 2)', which ran from 1 November 2011 to 31 December 2016 as part of the Oxfam GB's global CHASE Programme Partnership Arrangement (PPA4) portfolio.

Shang’ombo District Commissioner Captain Lawrence Nyambe has disclosed that the district in Western Province is likely to be affected by hunger this year due to poor rains experienced in the distri

Globally consistent and reliable power supply is fundamental to the broader development agenda.

Rabat – UK based organization British Society for Plant Pathology (BSPP) reports the first occurrence of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus (ToLCNDV) in Morocco.

Over 500 acres of maize and 14 of cassava in Akumoi parish Pingire sub-county in Serere district have been affected by a strange disease.

There was reprieve for the US consortium of investors Cordisons International (K) limited and its rival Kenwind limited after the Environment and land court in Malindi set a date for ruling on a lo

Governor Sospeter Ojaamong yesterday launched a Sh19 million water project to benefit residents of Funyula constituency.

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