Monograph 170. Original source: http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/lib.nsf/db900sid/EGUA-86HQKR/$file/ISS_ClimateChangeandNaturalResourcesConflictsinAfica_jun2010.pdf?openelement . Contains: Part 1: Climate Change and Human Security in Africa: Chapter 1 The African Union’s response to climate change and climate security, Jo-Ansie van Wyk; Chapter 2 Climate change, population surge and resource overuse in the Lake Chad area: Implications for human security in the north-east zone of Nigeria, Freedom C. Onuoha; Chapter 3 Climate change, hydropolitics and security in Lesotho, Oscar Gakuo Mwangi. Part 2 :Climate Change and Access to Natural Resources: Chapter 4 Climate change and access to water resources in theLake Victoria basin, Donald Anthony Mwiturubani; Chapter 5
The Hydropolitics of the Nile: Climate change, water and food security in Ethiopia, Debay Tadesse.
Part 3: Climate Change and Natural Resource-Use Conflicts: Chapter 6 Silence on climate change and natural resources confl ict in Nigeria: The Niger Delta region experience, Bonnie Ayodele; Chapter 7
Putting tested wisdom into practice: Relevance and applicability of Nyakyusa traditional conflict resolution practices to contemporary
environmental challenges in Tanzania, Ipyana Mwamugobole;
Anthropogenic–induced climate change and the resulting tendency to land conflict:
The case of the Soutpansberg region, South Africa, Tibangayuka Kabanda and Christopher Munyati.
Part 4: Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Variability:
An exploration of soil carbon sequestration potential in the Bukoba district,
north-west Tanzania, Byjesh Kattarkandi, Mariana Rufi no and Pablo Titonell; Chapter 10
Climate variability, pastoralists’ vulnerability and options:
The case of the Borana of Northern Kenya, Tari Doti; Chapter 11
Dynamics of cultivated land and its association
with rainfall variability in Botswana:
Implications for food security under climate change, Nnyaladzi Batisani.
National Environmental Legislations, Policies and
Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation:
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD):
Legal and policy challenges for Tanzania,
Joy Faida and Eliamani Laltaika;
The link between climate change, law, sustainable development:
and livelihoods in Uganda,