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Ignite presentation: Nature-based solutions to climate adaptation


Nature-based solutions to climate adaptation


Dr. Abdulhameed Mambo (Nile University, Nigeria)


  1. How does above ground carbon stock and species com- position changes with distance from the large-scale mine? – Hamidu Seki (University of York, UK/Tanzania)
  2. Informality, ecosystem services and climate change: a look at Windhoek, Namibia – Amayaa Wijesinghe (UNEP-WCMC/ Oxford, Sri Lanka)
  3. Informing community-based conservation of key biodiversity and restoration of ecosystems affected by locust invasion in Northern Kenya – Anthony Karani (University of Nairobi, Kenya)
  4. Future cities are already here, if you know where to look – Dr Jessica Thorn (University of Cape Town/York, Namibia/South Africa/UK)
  5. Participatory mapping of livestock keeping systems and migratory resilience pathway routes across Kilosa and Mvomero districts Tanzania – Edmund Githoro (Mshiriki Research Consultancy Hurlingham Nairobi, Kenya)
  6. Kenya’s regulatory framework on the integration principle – Emmaqulate Kemunto Morang’a (University of Nairobi, Kenya)
  7. Climate change impact on runoff regime in Kinyasungwe- Mkondoa catchment of Wami River Basin, Tanzania – Donald Limbe (Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania)
  8. Innovations in adapting to water scarcity and abundance: Christian-Muslim perspective – Dr Hassan Omari (University of Nairobi, Kenya)