Is climate a “risk multiplier” in Ethiopia?

Ethiopia experiences high climate variability, conflict, and political uncertainty while widespread food and nutrition insecurities are common throughout its population. CGIAR and WFP conducted a study to better understand how Ethiopia’s climate, socio-economic, and political risks and insecurities are linked to each other. This information can orient strategies and planning of long-term peacebuilding efforts and mitigate conflict risk in a climate crisis and inform strategies to strengthen the role of food for peace.

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Main Authors: Pacillo, Grazia, Achicanoy, Harold A.E., Ramírez Villegas, Julián, Craparo, Sandro, Basel, Ashleigh, Villa, Victor, Liebig, Theresa, Schapendonk, Frans, Carneiro, Bia, Resce, Giuliano, Ruscica, Giosue, Läderach, Peter
Format: Brief biblioteca
Published: CGIAR FOCUS Climate Security 2021-09-28
Subjects:agriculture, food security, climate change,
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