Climate Adaptation Strategies for Vulnerable Communities: Case Studies from Developing Nations

Authors

  • Prof. Imran Haider Peshawar Center for Philosophical Studies Author

Keywords:

climate change adaptation, developing nations, vulnerable communities, , drought-resistant agriculture, mangrove restoration, early warning systems, community-based water management, local knowledge, collaboration, sustainability

Abstract

The intensifying impacts of climate change disproportionately affect vulnerable communities, particularly in developing nations. This article explores successful adaptation strategies implemented by different communities facing diverse climate challenges. Through four case studies from countries like Mali, Bangladesh, and Peru, we examine approaches including drought-resistant agriculture, mangrove restoration, early warning systems, and community-based water management. The article highlights the importance of local knowledge, collaboration, and sustainable solutions in building resilience.

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Published

2020-06-30