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Feeling drained? Here's 5 tips to boost your resilience
Feeling drained? Here's 5 tips to boost your resilienceArticle

When thinking about resilience, we need to remind ourselves it is not about grit and tenacity. It is more than that...

Anja van Beek 14 Sep 2020

4 ways to build resilience during trying times
4 ways to build resilience during trying timesArticle

Entrepreneurial businesses both small and medium have been particularly hard hit in these challenging times, and many are now facing an existential threat. However, there are ways to rethink their business models and adapt to a world which is unlikely to return to its old habits...

17 Apr 2020

How some corporations can have positive impact in communities
How some corporations can have positive impact in communitiesArticle

What is the role of corporations in addressing grand challenges? Grand challenges are complex, pressing social and ecological problems involving diverse actors. They defy straightforward solutions...

Ralph Hamann, Alan Zhang, Clifford Shearing, Gina Ziervogel, Lulamile Makaula 3 Jan 2020

Training is necessary to equip health workers to deal with climate change risks. EPA
Ghana's health system isn't quite ready for climate change realitiesArticle

Climate change has been labelled as the greatest public health risk of the 21st century. Health risks from climate change are expected to become increasingly severe in the coming years...

Lucia Hussey 19 Sep 2019

Migration and displacement: the human face of climate change
Migration and displacement: the human face of climate changeArticle

The World Economic Report on Global Risk by the World Bank lists elements of climate change and climate risk in its top 10 list of risks the world faces today...

Danette Breitenbach 14 Mar 2019

Using data to build a Cape Town for all
Using data to build a Cape Town for allArticle

The 21st century has brought a new range of urban challenges, compelling cities to become more resilient to the shocks and stresses which they face...

Craig Kesson 21 Nov 2018

Disasters cost farmers in developing countries billions of dollars
Disasters cost farmers in developing countries billions of dollarsArticle

Between 2005 and 2015, natural disasters cost agricultural sectors of developing countries $96bn in damage or lost crop and livestock production, according to FAO's new report...

16 Mar 2018

Cape Town reduces water consumption by 60% in three years
Cape Town reduces water consumption by 60% in three yearsArticle

The City of Cape Town is currently using 516-million litres of water per day, according to its latest data release. In February 2015, the city was using 1.2-billion litres of water a day...

7 Mar 2018

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Water for goats or cows? Best way to boost resilience isn't always clear - researchersArticle

Building better resilience to the shocks and stresses climate change is bringing can be a complicated and confusing task...

Laurie Goering 5 Jul 2017

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Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on Abalobi InitiativeArticle

The Abalobi mobile app is to become an integrated catch management system for fishers and fishery stakeholders, from 'hook to cook'...

15 Mar 2016

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