Using the Climate Atlas as a tool to spur climate change adaptation in the Kenyan Horticulture sector: 3R Kenya Practice Brief no. 019

Merlijn C. van Selm, Emmanuel Matsaba, I. Coninx, I. Koomen, John M. Wesonga, H. Goosen

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Abstract

This policy brief describes how climate change may affect the Kenyan horticulture sector and what can be done to tackle climate change impacts. The main questions considered were:
• What kind of climate change can be expected?
• How will this impact the horticulture sector?
• What is the potential for action?
This brief describes how data is used to answer these questions
Original languageEnglish
PublisherWageningen Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen University & Research
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2020

Publication series

NameWCDI-20-119/3R Kenya Practice Brief
PublisherWCDI
No.019

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    van Selm, M. C., Matsaba, E., Coninx, I., Koomen, I., Wesonga, J. M., & Goosen, H. (2020). Using the Climate Atlas as a tool to spur climate change adaptation in the Kenyan Horticulture sector: 3R Kenya Practice Brief no. 019. (WCDI-20-119/3R Kenya Practice Brief; No. 019). Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen University & Research. https://edepot.wur.nl/526781