Drought cycle management for building resilience and food security

Tsegai, Daniel / Michael Brüntrup
External Publications (2017)

in: Rural 21 51 (4), 29-31


With global climate change progressing rapidly, droughts are predicted to increase in frequency, duration and severity. To combat the impacts, adequate vulnerability assessments, early warning-systems, and efficient disaster relief must be combined with the long-term investment in drought mitigation and adaptation. In the following article, our authors describe what such drought cycle management could look like.

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Brüntrup, Michael

Agricultural Economy


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