- 1 Progress in adaptation
- 2 Power and politics in the governance of CBA
- 3 A natural focus for CBA
- 4 Rural livelihood diversification and adaptation to climate change
- CASE STUDIES
- 5 Assessing local adaptive capacity to climate change
- 6 The role of policies and institutions in adaptation planning
- 7 Economic analysis of a CBA project
- 8 Growing rooibos and a stronger community
- 9 Strengthening the food for assets approach to CBA
- 10 Indigenous knowledge and experience in adapting drought
- 11 Emerging lessons for CBA
Jonathan Ensor Jonathan Ensor is a lecturer at the Centre for Applied Human Rights, University of York. He is author of Uncertain Futures: Adapting development to a changing climate and co-author with Rachel Berger of Understanding Climate Change Adaptation.
Rachel Berger Rachel Berger was formerly the climate change policy adviser at Practical Action and is co-author of Understanding Climate Change Adaptation.
Saleemul Huq Saleemul Huq is Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development at the Independent University, Bangladesh and a Senior Fellow, International Institute for Environment and Development. He is a Lead Author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.